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    Pond Glass

    Good evening everyone I have a 33mm thick 2000mm by 800mm glass window in my pond and currently use a pond scrubber to clean it but it is not that effective anyone use anything that makes life easier.

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    People use a piece of jap matting, although I use a good sponge pad the green side.

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    I use one of these.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Glass-Windo...AaAgXNEALw_wcB

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    I use one of these. The brush easily gets rid of algae, adn the scraper gets rid of tougher bits. Plus, dry hands!!!

    https://www.halfords.com/motoring/tr...caAoxYEALw_wcB

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    a cheap knitted glove works a treat, though in late winter i do have to drop the levels a little to make it possible to clean to the bottom of it with out some pain in the old frost bite
    the slow pond build thread

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    I taped a domestic scrubbing brush to a bit of electrical conduit. Worked a treat.


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    I cant reach all the glass without the scrubber having a pole the halfords thing looks a good bet that Mitsufishi recommends. I have seen large a magnet cleaner on amazon from germany a while back but it was £90 no longer available if it made life easy I would have gone for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marckoi View Post
    I cant reach all the glass without the scrubber having a pole the halfords thing looks a good bet that Mitsufishi recommends. I have seen large a magnet cleaner on amazon from germany a while back but it was £90 no longer available if it made life easy I would have gone for that.
    that's sounds very cheap for the glass thickness, the ones you see used by monseterfishkeeper.com and also large home aquarium users tend to be very expensive once you start getting into thicker glass size, though there is a robotic glass cleaner on sale if you have £'s to burn
    the slow pond build thread

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    Someone on here put me on to this
    Oxo good grips tile scrubber , available on eBay and Amazon
    Spare heads available as well
    And extendable
    Would not be without it


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    I look the like of this, so you’ve guessed it I have ordered one of them.
    thanks

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    I have ordered and received the oxo tile scrubber works great but I will get the Halfords brush as well.

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    [QUOTE=gravesendkoi;310474]I look the like of this,
    Or maybe gravesendkoi you '' liked the look of this ''

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