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post #21 of 22 Old 12-21-2007, 07:43 PM
Dawn great advice.

I did read it to be a standard rectangle tank that they are adding some curved bits to. Agreed 100% that silicone does not adhere plastic/acrylic to glass or other plastics.

BTW if you ever try to reseal a tank, build a tank, modify a tank ONLY USE GE SILICONE I NEVER EVER USE GE SILICONE II or any other brand. Silicone II and other brands all have MOLD inhibitors in them that WILL KILL fish and inverts.
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post #22 of 22 Old 12-21-2007, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
Thanx for your concern, but I have built several acrylic tanks for friends, in alot of different shapes. I have a special acrylic that the Local Aquarium recommended. This is specifically designed for building SW acrylic tanks. I am aware that it is recommended to test the tank outdoors, I always fill it, and leave it for a week, before draining it and bringing it back in. I have very detailed plans, and I have a workshop at my disposal, so the tank will be fine.
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