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Hey guys, I have a 40 gallon tank that I would like to fix, it doesn't hold water but the bottom piece of glass the glue is coming un done and I need to fix it to hold together. I am planning to use it for a bearded dragon.
Would the best fix be to use aquarium glue? It doesn't necessarily need to be able to hold water, but I would prefer it to be stable and safe. [/u]
I would use aquarium glue (silicon) because it's completely non-toxic and since it won't need to hold water under pressure, you could use it after 24 hrs no problem. I recommend All-Glass, which is one of the industries longest running aquarium glues and the most popular.
Any local pet store would have and some department stores such as wal-mart may have it also.
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