Spray claims to inhibit algae growing on surfaces

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I bet you can't scrape the glass once it's on there.  Their demo photo has enough algae on the 'clean' side, that I'd be wanting to scrape it at that point.

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I bet you can't scrape the glass once it's on there.  Their demo photo has enough algae on the 'clean' side, that I'd be wanting to scrape it at that point.


Agreed lol , I'd probably also be looking to change out my phosphate remover too

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