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All-Glass All-Glass Aquarium Black Silicone Aquarium Sealant

Permanently flexibleWill not stretch or shrinkWaterproof seal stops leaksNon-toxicFor use on fresh and salt water aquariumsLong lasting, easy to applyMade in the USA
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We have a 45 gallon tank with a very slow leak. Do you if its possible to seal the leak from the outside without having to empty out the water and the fish - with this product? thanks
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Nope that won't work because eventually the pressure of the water will push the whole right back open so you need to drain your tank out completely dry it cut that whole side of the silicone out and then resell it make sure and let it dry for at least 2 days before adding any more water and check your water parameters
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hi.
sealing from the outside will not work...with the water pressure so high in the tank the water will find any tiny hole...I have had tanks in that size with small leaks and all needed to be sealed from the inside.

its a pain to do all that work but if you seal it correctly its cheaper then having to replace .
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Can you use this on plastic tanks as well? Will it adhere to it like it does glass?

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I've used it with glass and plastic aquariums. It worked fine for me and shouldn't be adhering to either. As long as you keep the hose in motion you should be fine. I've also used it on sand and it wouldn't suck the sand up with it as long as I paid attention to what I was doing.
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Will this silicone hurt animals is it food grade can I use it to repair kitchen items like my coffee pot?

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Just make sure its 100% silicone without any mold or mildew preventatives and you'll be fine just make sure to let it cure for at least two days and then soak it for a day and throw it in the tank just try not to break your glass when you throw it in there
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Does the aqueon all glass sealant work for acrylic sheets? I am trying to build an aquarium for a turtle without breaking the bank on glass.

Unless anyone has any suggestions on cheap glass in town.
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Can I use the silicone to paste rocks and punt into the aquiarium?

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