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Old 05-30-2014, 10:21 PM   #1
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My tank looks like it was used as a hocky puck...

Anybody know of any good/safe methods of buffing out haze/small scratches on the inside of a saltwater tank with livestock in it?

Years ago this tank housed a very feisty orphaned Undulated Trigger. (took in a lot of orphans when working at the lfs)
He was about 5 inches and would pile the rocks up against the front of the tank. I guess he liked his privacy.

He would also take rocks in his mouth and swim back and forth dragging them along the sides.
In an acrylic tank that's not such a good thing.

And is it safe to use the Novus products on the outside of the tank with livestock inside?

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I've safely used Novus on the outside of freshwater tanks. I don't use it anywhere it has the remotest chance of getting in the water.
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