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    Tiidying clarity

    Hi all, now the warmer weather is on it's way and having a lot more time on my hands at the mo like most people at this time , so covers will be soon off and tidying up around pond the one thing which will still be scruffy is my clarity skimmer , all water stained and calcium stained , now is there any cleaning solution I could use or is there anything i could spray paint it with...



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    White vinegar maybe?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcarpchaser View Post
    White vinegar maybe?


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    Thought we kept koi not eat them with salt and vinegar

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    The way things are dont joke , cod and chips sold out , ok koi and chips .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammy66 View Post
    The way things are dont joke , cod and chips sold out , ok koi and chips .
    Despite times and all that haha . Any one with a good chag should be alright the size they like to get to haha

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