Re: NANFA-- cleaning acrylic

Todd Crail (
Tue, 6 Apr 2004 06:20:50 -0700 (PDT)

I'll second the filter floss. Costs a heckuva lot less. The other thing I've found useful are those plastic thingies you use to scrub food off when doing the dishes. They're kinda a "pad" but have like holes and stuff. Man they are hard to describe. I have a picture on my website, but I'm unable to find it from here. I can post that later if we don't know what I'm describing :)


Dustin Smith <> wrote:
I have always used a wad of the filter floss for corner filters. It works
surprisingly well and won't scratch acrylic. I use it for the glass ones
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