05-03-2011, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by small fry
I hope a moderator stumbles over this thread so that they can move it lol. If it isn't moved, I'll ask a moderator tomorrow and ask them to delete this post while I am at it.
I never even thought about posting it under DIY. That is a good idea!
I think I saw some "aquarium safe" silicone at Walmart.com. I'll have to see if I can find it again. I'll post the link on here if I do. I will probably do myself fine by paying afew extra bucks to get a good silicone worry-free. (edit:...)
Here it is...Walmart.com: Silicone Aquarium Sealant (Clear), 3 oz: Fish
[I am not responsible for the quality of this item, nor an I necessarily recomending it to anyone here]
yea.. a couple of bucks, but not that the GE silicon 1 is cheaper for over twice the volume. If your jsut working on a small tank, i guess it doesnt matter, but on larger tanks, its more cost efficient to get the GE Silicon 1.