Mag Float 350 Magnetic Cleaner for Glass Aquariums - Up to 350 gal.

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The Hammerhead Float has a cleaning area of 4" x 2" and will turn big cleaning jobs into fast, easy fun. Its floating inner assembly will float to the surface if disengaged for easy retrieval.

This cleaning magnet is for use on glass and acrylic aquariums 1/2" and 5/8" thick.

Glass Aquariums
110, 135, 150, 180 & 200 gallons
Acrylic Aquariums
48" long and 30" high
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The Piranha Float will make algae cleaning quick and easy. With its large 4" x 2" cleaning area and extra strong magnets it will zip through the toughest of algae. Its floating inner assembly will float to the surface if disengaged for easy retrieval.

This cleaning magnet is for glass and acrylic aquariums 1/4" and 3/8" thick.

Glass Aquariums
30, 45, 50, 55, 75, 90 and 125 gallons
Acrylic Aquariums
36" long and 20" high In this article, I will review four of the best aquarium algae magnet cleaners for you to choose.
Photo provided by FlickrThis cleaning magnet is for glass and acrylic aquariums 1/4" and 3/8" thick.
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Mag Float is the brand name for a type of aquarium cleaning device that consists of two magnetic sides. One side is coarse and goes on the inside of the tank, the other side is soft and goes on the outside. Once the magnets have attached, you can move the aquarium cleaner around the glass to scrub off algae.For smaller tanks up to 30 gallons (110 liters) I suggest using the small floating aquarium cleaner from Mag-Float (, ). Way back when I first started using magnets for cleaning my aquariums I had to tie a string to the magnet with a cork on the end of the string, just in case the inside magnet fell to the bottom. Yes, back in ancient times we had to suffer with magnets that did not float, but now, lucky for you if your magnet hits into a rock and flies away from the glass it will safely float to the top instead of sinking like a rock and picking up all sorts of nasty sand and rocks to scratch your glass.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.)Aside from the just being plain entertaining to use this tool and watch as the scrub brush on the inside of the aquarium follows the path of the handle on the outside of the tank, it makes for some very efficient and easy access cleaning. Being that you really never take out the scrub brush part from the inside of the tank, anytime you walk by the betta fish tank, you feel compelled to grab a hold of the little scrub brush and do some quick cleaning, if for no other reason than you want to just play with this magnetic scrubby thing.You can find Mag-Float's here (affiliate):
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This is my product review and demonstration of the Mag-Float Aquarium Cleaner for a glass aquarium. Please be advised that there are two variations of this cleaner, one for glass aquariums and one for acrylic aquariums. Additionally, please be warned that as this cleaning product has magnetic properties it will attract small magnetic iron particles that are in your aquarium and if not cleaned on occasion can scratch and damage the glass or acrylic. In my product demonstration I show you the functionality and efficiency of the mag float aquarium cleaner by cleaning the algae off the front of my fish tank that has accumulated over the course of several months. Additionally, I demonstrate how the mag float can float and how its magnetic properties allow you to easily traverse the corners of the aquarium. I plan to do a follow up review on the mag float after having used it for a few months.Clean algae and scum off of the inside of your aquarium the easy, fun way!Strong magnetic forces cause the inside cleaning brush to follow the outside handle. Just wipe the outside, and the inside is cleaned!