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    0 Not allowed!
    I would continue to soak and lightly scrub. And by that I mean soak it, not put a wet paper towel on it. You can go out and buy a gallon of vinegar for $3, fill the tank with a vinegar/water solution, and let it sit for a day or two. Try scrubbing it while its full. I would also add an airline without the airstone to keep the water moving a little. I say that because I have had airstones dissolve on me before and you don't want that grit in the water while you are scrubbing, but you want the water to be moving somewhat.

    Acrylic polish would work as well, but it may leave it a little hazy.
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    0 Not allowed!
    have you tried soaking it in hydrogen peroxide?

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    0 Not allowed!
    Scrup--A bit too late now. It's already filled with plants and a fish. lol

    Rocksor--I had let it sit with a peroxide-soaked towel over it, and scrubbed with peroxide. It bleached out and got the insides of the algae off, but not the outer ring of it.
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