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Work in progress|conglomeration of 5 nano tanks. 10g|5g|4.5g|3.5g|1.5g Need some help learning! (:
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I cleaned all my tanks of algae but now I see relatively prominent (fingernail bumpable) scratches on my glass tanks and want to fix them.

What is the best way to buff or make these blade marks less noticeable?

All help appreciated.
 

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This is sad. I don't think you can get the scratches out of glass. If it's any consolation, I have a big scratch on the front of my wife's acrylic tank that I made cutting open its box with a knife. A scratch gives the tank character. This is your chance to consolidate. You can use the scatched tanks for other things.

..1. Quarantine
..2. Water Prepping
..3. Biomedia Reserve
..4. Water Parameter Experiments
..5. Isolation for misbehaving fish
..6. Spare Tank
..7. Hospital Tank
..8. Substrate Experiments
..9. Growing algae on pebbles for Otocinclus
10. Emergency Evacuation Tank
11. Place to throw plant cuttings
12. Tank to store water
13. Dip Tank (Alum, medications, ect.)
14. Brine Shimp Culture Tank
15. Tank to put excess plants
16. Tank to "lend" to a friend
17. Container to put aquarium supplies
18. Tank for that stray Betta you rescued
19. Replacement for that other tank you broke
20. Your imagination is the limit

The good news is you have a lot of tanks to work with. You can store them nested.
 
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