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Sorry for all the questions. I used nail polish remover a few weeks ago when I was removing some silicone from my aquarium. Since then Ive filled it up, treated the water, and washed out the aquarium with a lemon. Is it possible that this will harm my frogs.
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Nail polish remover is acetone. Acetone can vary in purity and may or may not leave a residue.
You say you filled it up. You mean with water, as in to rinse it out?
Personally, I like to do a final wipe-down with rubbing alcohol after working on my vivs.
 

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Nail polish remover is acetone. Acetone can vary in purity and may or may not leave a residue.
You say you filled it up. You mean with water, as in to rinse it out?
Personally, I like to do a final wipe-down with rubbing alcohol after working on my vivs.
How do you do this "wipe down" ?? And what is it that you are "wiping down?"
 

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How do you do this "wipe down" ?? And what is it that you are "wiping down?"
Pour some rubbing alcohol on a cloth and wipe out the inside of the viv to remove any residue.
 
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