Re: NANFA-- encrusted glass
Mon, 7 Jul 2003 22:16:13 EDT

You might call a few local glass repair shops and see what they say.

If it was mine, I might try some plain vinegar in an unobtrusive corner and
see what happens. Might also try some de-liming bathroom cleaner.

I suspect that if there is a lot of dirt in it, it won't come clean. If you
discover a cleaner, let me know.

I wonder if some glass polisher might work after you get the top layers off?

In a message dated 7/7/03 6:35:06 PM US Central Standard Time, writes:

<< It would appear the
water that evaporated was water that had been kept in the aquarium fro a
time with no water changes so it was pretty concentrated before it was
to evaporate. The glass has a very rough coating of something and I would
to remove it without ruining the glass. What would be my best bet? the
is very thick and tough. Any help would be appreciated.
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