10-16-2006, 09:22 AM
| || | This is what I commonly heard from people who are using second hand tanks. Before using those tanks, check for leaks. If not, try to replace the old sealant with a new one.
Originally Posted by usmc121581
Originally Posted by caferacermike
If you are asking if the sealant will go bad without any water in it the answer is no. The tank will be fine for months on end with no water in it.
I had a 46gal bow front in storage this past summer in SC and the sealent peeled and cracked in places it was a AGA. I think It was the humidity and heat that caused it, because it got real bad down there this year. Would it of been just a bad batch of sealent, or what.
Sealants will still peel off in time when the tank hasn't been used for long. The best you could do is replace sealant for precautions. You don't want waking up in the morning with a flooded living room, do you?