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Cable tie. that's what i used.


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Try a pipe cleaner tied to a piece of string and pulled through your tube. Aquarium brushes might be too large. Adding picture of pipe cleaner as requested.


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A good alternative to the wire would be an aquarium pipe cleaner. It is designed to fit in small diameter pipes and clean out algae that may be growing just the pipe. It should do the same for any mold that may be growing in your pipe.


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Try WD-40. It has always worked for me.


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I've had good luck with acetone for dissolving adhesives and old tape. Try a small hidden spot to make sure it doesn't damage the pvc.


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The curse of living in a wooded area. A pressure cleaner is a great way to clean your wood outdoor floor. Afterwards a stain sealer is a good finishing touch. This won't cure the dust but will sure look nice. A word of caution... stick with a pressure washer with about 1500 psi, you don't want to blast out the wood pulp.


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