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Need help cleaning and installing a 60 gallon cube

Discussion in 'Jobs: Help Wanted or Offered' started by cubuffs, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. cubuffs

    cubuffs Copepod

    I am looking to clean and install a 60 gallon cube. I bought it used from a fellow reefer and I just don't have the energy and time to clean and install it all myself. The setup is complete, but just needs a cleanup before installation.

    I am located in downtown Boulder and will pay you $100 for your time and efforts in helping me. It isn't terribly dirty and was recently running. I am more worried about hooking everything up correctly and making sure the reef is off to a good beginning.

    Please feel free to contact me if you are interested. Weekends and evenings are best for me and I am very flexible as to when to get started.

    Ryan (cubuffs)
  2. Off The Deep End

    Off The Deep End Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

    Hey Ryan, did you find help with this?
  3. cubuffs

    cubuffs Copepod

    No, I haven't. I will also offer food and beer too....
  4. Irishman

    Irishman Cuttle Fish M.A.S.C Club Member

    If it’s dirty I recommend filling it up with garden hose water and pour a lot of vinegar in it. With some elbow grease and a sponge it’ll clean up nice.

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