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 #722  by odin
 16 Jun 2016 20:53
We all like seeing peoples new purchases and shiny things :laugh: so i decided to make a sticky for people to put up photos of their newly purchased items, shrimp and aquarium related. I always find this introduces users to new and interesting tools others may have never seen before, lets see what you have!

Here goes, I bought some new 12" scissors today and i purchased them to tackle the hair algae that's taken hold on some of my ocean rock, i don't want to just pull at it because i may crush shrimp that are hiding under and inside the rock itself.
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 #726  by odin
 16 Jun 2016 22:06
I know right!? ADA is very very exspensive lol.
 #1621  by odin
 14 Oct 2016 13:55
Well the plant scissors didn't last long! i broke them cutting a piece of paper...... i think the salt water made them super weak or brittle :laugh: :what:

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I wont be buying them ever again for a salt water tank thats for sure LOL.
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 #1757  by Wander
 19 Oct 2016 21:12
I decided not to buy the silicone thing but i found a very small aquarium scrubber in my fish shop!
Remember, the problem is is that many scrubbers don;t work with my tank because of the curve!
But this one works great when i have it vertically!
Pictures coming tomorrow! :upsidedown:
 #1763  by Ann
 20 Oct 2016 12:29
odin wrote:Well the plant scissors didn't last long! i broke them cutting a piece of paper...... i think the salt water made them super weak or brittle :laugh: :what:

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I wont be buying them ever again for a salt water tank thats for sure LOL.
Oh, that's a shame. Do you think that the have plastic ones that won't rust?
Ann