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post #11 of 11 Old 05-20-2012, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
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yep there's nothing to coat or seal, the silcone is the same thing used in the corners of your tank and thats not sealed or coated, just let it dry good.

Also yes that is the Springville I'm in, about 30 miles south of Buffalo, If you travel the 219 you go right by us, You go to school way out here and your from San Francisco?
ok that is good. i saw some GE silicone 2 at home depot. ill probably end up asking the dude for the GE silicone 1 just to be safe. now that i know its sealant, im not too nervous.
yeah i go to st. bonaventure. there is a pre-med program there that i found so i went there. its a ways out but the program was good so i was attracted haha. i dont remember if i take 417 or 219. but i have defeintely passed through springville before. i must say its a change in scenery from san francisco haha
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