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Old 11-14-2009, 01:06 PM   #1
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D-D EzeClean Equipment Cleaner

This stuff works great! The only thing is one container only makes 1 gallon of mix. I used a turkey baster to keep my skimmer coated and it worked great. Soaked for 2 hours and wiped everything off. Clean as a wistle! If you buy it from marine depot tell them I sent ya! Skimmer looks like I just took it out the box! Here is a link D-D EzeClean Equipment Cleaner
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Try full strength vinegar. Works like a charm and it's alot cheaper.
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I have never tried full strength vinager. I did try a mixture with water but did not seem to work real well. How long did you soak in vinager. I will try it next time. Cause yeah vinager is a lot cheaper! Thanks for the info
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How long did you soak in vinager.
It depends how "bad" the item is covered, but anywhere from a few hrs to overnight. The vinegar won't hurt anything and it will literally melt the calcium buildup.
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