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Old 07-14-2011, 05:15 PM   #11
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Oh wow yea definitely not a good idea to use Goo Gone inside the tank lol

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Originally Posted by 5x5 View Post
HUKIT - I wouldn't call that being lazy. I don't think knowing the temperature should require a lot of work.

Lets just be glad we don't need the API kit to take the temperature. 10 drops of bottle 1, shake for 30 seconds, then bottle 2 and it turns some indescript color between orange and brown....
If that were the case they would freeze or cook since I don't use that either, it's been six months or more since I broke out the API kit.

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If by any chance you really can't get that stuff off, try using Goo Gone (they sell it at most supermarkets). You just put some on and leave it for about 5 min. It's worked wonders for me. Just be super careful to not get any in your tank, and use as little as possible.
And whatever you do, don't let your Mother come over and clean anything with your TV microfiber cloths using Goo Gone and then place the used microfiber back in pile with clean ones

Does wonders for LCD screens..

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