Whats the Best Aquarium Cleaning Magnet

In this article, I will review four of the best aquarium algae magnet cleaners for you to choose.
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With properly sized magnets and now includes the scraper attachment, Algae Free has made one of the best algae scrapers in the industry. Most of their value is the fact all of them (except the Great White) do float if the connection through the aquarium is lost for easy retrieval, which is the frustrating point for most other magnet cleaners in the industry.
Bestgoo Aquarium Strong Magnetic Brush for Fish Tank, Aquarium Algae Glass Cleaner
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Bestpriceam practical Magnetic Brush Aquarium Fish Tank Glass Algae Scraper Cleaner Floating Curve Small Blue - Floating design is convenient for use,non slip griped handle for improved cleaning action. Super strong magnets for use with varying glass thicknesses non slip griped handle improves the cleaning action, while anti-scratch cleaning pads are highly efficient in removing algae from glass. Size approx 7cm x 35cm x 65cm ( 28″ x 14″ x 26″), magnetic force available between less than 6mm. Suitable for use with varying glass thickness,the streamline design is so artistic and pleasing to the eye. Materialplastic and high magnet material. Bestpriceam practical Magnetic Brush Aquarium Fish Tank Glass Algae Scraper Cleaner Floating Curve Small Blue
Photo provided by FlickrBest aquarium magnet cleaner - Easy magnetic inner glass scrapper
Photo provided by FlickrSometimes called floating algae remover magnets, these aquarium cleaning magnets are the best maintenance tools for reef and fish tank maintenance.
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So you want an easier way to clean your aquarium do you? Well, aquarium magnets could be just the thing for you. Here we will review products to find the best magnet to clean aquarium glass. But, not so fast, there are a few things you need to know about the dangers of these magnets before you run out to get one. If you have sand or fine crushed gravel (most saltwater tanks nowadays) then you need to be very careful when using the magnet near the sand line. One small grain of sand caught between the magnet and the glass can leave a nasty scratch. This goes double if you have an acrylic tank since acrylic scratches much easier than glass (although, most scratches can be removed from an acrylic tank. Scratches in glass are there forever.)Algae is no match for the Flipper Aquarium Algae Magnet Cleaner. Imbedded magnets make it possible to clean the inside of an aquarium while staying dry. The inner piece easily flips from scrubber to scraper to remove algae growth and keep your tank looking its best. A low-profile design makes it easy to navigate this glass cleaner around plants or decor and clean hard-to-reach areas of an aquarium. The inner piece is buoyant, so if the magnets do come apart the piece inside the tank will float to the top, making it easy to find. Interchangeable blades keep the Flipper in top working form, since blades can be replaced as they wear out. By far the best algae cleaner that I have used is the Flipper Aquarium Algae Magnet Cleaner with Two Blades. You do have to be careful around your silicon seals and near the substrate, but it works really well, even on algae that has really built up and is hard to remove using other methods. You probably wouldn't be able to use it on a curved surface.By far the best way to promote aquarium cleaning products is for the store employees to be seen using them in the shop. Let's face it, it's harder to sell a twenty dollar cleaning magnet set and a fifty dollar draining system when your customers see you scrubbing with an old dish rag and siphoning with a cutoff garden hose. So don't be afraid to break out an item or two for store use; it could deliver many times its cost in added sales. And don't hesitate to do a little tank maintenance during the busy hours, when you have an abundance of spectators.