When you start with an aquarium, you have the terrible idea of cleaning the windows with a classic spontex sponge, starting by scraping off the algae residue with the abrasive side of the sponge. This has the effect of creating hundreds of micro scratches visible even from a distance. The only way to remove these scratches later is to use glass wool with a grinder, which is very laborious, with an unsecured result.
We must therefore switch to another version, less aggressive, so the spontex sponge that does not scratch will be the ideal choice for us. It will take a little elbow grease and arcs on the glass, inside the aqurium, where algae is embedded in the silica plate.
To prevent residues from accumulating too quickly and postpone the maintenance times of our water container, it will be wise to opt for a slightly more powerful pump, such as an external aquarium filter. This type of product is able to filter larger amounts of water, while making less noise, and freeing up more space for fish and plants.
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