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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

Hydrogen Peroxide would be a good bet, as it's not corrosive to silicone, won't hurt anodized metals, isn't extremely basic or acidic in OTC Concentrations, and is a very strong biocide.

Just an idea, never done it myself; I just grab my trusty double-barreled shotgun from next to my rocking chair, stand up, and shout at the algae to "get out my tubes!" every few days, and it retreats. thumb.gif

I'm not American. I cannot buy guns at the corner store frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Bloodystumps View Post

^^ this ...... the Fittings are E-Plated which is pretty durable I would just go a head and boil them ...

Cool. Thanks. Yeah...I figure boiling is probably ok...just wanted to double check cause' Bitspower fittings are expensive as balls.
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Originally Posted by GridIroN View Post

I'm not American. I cannot buy guns at the corner store frown.gif
Cool. Thanks. Yeah...I figure boiling is probably ok...just wanted to double check cause' Bitspower fittings are expensive as balls.

LOL biggrin.gif yeah no problem...... I know what you mean I have a fleet of them my self so I know what you mean .....
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