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I mix a bit of vinegar with water about 50 50 then use that mix to clean the glass inside and outside of the aquarium. It does not seem to affect the frogs... but I was wondering if this is safe in the long run... or if anyone else does it. I only clean the glass with it. I dont use it to clean the water bowl or anything else. Just wondering.
 

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You can also use water and lemon juice. It doesn't smell as much as vinegar.
I use Bioclean (JBL) btw.
 

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i would be worried that it would affect the pH in the long run... I don't know enough about chemistry to know for sure tho sorry
 

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Cut a lemon in half, and use if like a scrub pad on the inside glass. Rinse well with DI water. Try not to let the frogs come in contact with the lemon juice (though I've never had an issue). You will be surprised at how clean it gets, and it smells nicer than vinegar.
 

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I'll second the half-lemon scrub pad, works awesome and is less noxious than vinegar (at least to me).
 
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