07-14-2013, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by DKRST
Lots of salt tanks are glass, they don't need to be acrylic...
Not sure where you got the idea that salt tanks need to be acrylic?
I was reading product descriptions of acrylic tanks, and they generally said things like, "Unlike glass tanks, acrylic tanks do not erode when used for salt water." So, I thought you had to use acrylic for saltwater. Since that's not the case, and since glass would be fine to move and way less expensive, I will get a glass tank. I'd rather use the money to get a glass tank with nice lighting or something!