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I used acrylic tube reservoirs for a long time and they are sturdy.
If it were mine I would clean/soak it in warm water with a mild soap and use a wash cloth to clean the insides of it.( Double the cloth and push it back and forth inside)
Then rinse thoroughly with clean water

Phobya parts in my loop are first rate, and include 200mm radiator and 10 various rotary compression fittings.

Even the almighty EK has issues from time to time
Edited by giltyler - 4/14/14 at 5:40pm
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Thank you for your advice. İ will go on with that res. At now i dont have desktop computer because of psu cable sleeve. İ cant share the photos inside res for now
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