I have a 29-gal. that looks okay with water in it, but when it dries the glass is opaque. I've tried bathroom cleaner with calcium deposit remover, straight vinegar and an acid toilet cleaner with no results. Is there any way of cleaning it?
Cindy
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try some CLR, Calcium, Lime, Rust remover... Alot of time, it's a calcium deposit that is such a thin layer, almost nothing can penetrate it, to get it off...
if that doesn't work, you could always try some acetone.. but check to see if it's safe for silicone, it's like an acid..
I have a 29-gal. that looks okay with water in it, but when it dries the glass is opaque. I've tried bathroom cleaner with calcium deposit remover, straight vinegar and an acid toilet cleaner with no results. Is there any way of cleaning it?

If it's glass you could try some auto body polish (not wax! straight polish) and hand polish it. Wal-Mart also sells a good glass cleaner I use now and then, I forget the name of it though, I do know its in a tall aerosol bottle and sells for about $3.30 It was the only thing that got my windows on my car clean after it sat for 6 months.
Josh
Thanks, Josh and Red!
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Cindy
If you want to eliminate the traces of calcium, take one of the effervescent pills used to clean dentures, mix it with water and use the solution on the glass.
Anna
If you want to eliminate the traces of calcium, take one of the effervescent pills used to clean dentures, mix it with water and use the solution on the glass. Anna

Thanks Anna, I'll try this one first, since we actually have some denture cleaner around here somewhere! Hope it works!
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Cindy
If you want to eliminate the traces of calcium, take one of the effervescent pills used to clean dentures, mix it with water and use the solution on the glass. Anna

I found some, how much water do you use? I don't even have the directions for how much to use to clean dentures.
Cindy
Oh well, generally it's written on the package. I use one pill on one glass of water.
Anna
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If you want to eliminate the traces of calcium, take ... with water and use the solution on the glass. Anna

Thanks Anna, I'll try this one first, since we actually have some denture cleaner around here somewhere! Hope it works! Emotion: smile Cindy

The efferdent didn't work.
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