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    i wouldn't use anything chemical (phosphate remover). diatoms are a common thing when it comes to tanks, and they usually go away on their own. i second the advice of those that say just manually remove it (scrub, wipe, whatever).
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    Oh I didnt really think about the fact that it was a chemical. I will probably return it then. My puffer is really sensitive to that kind of stuff. Thanks



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