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Advice Using An Underwater Sealant

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Advice using an underwater sealant
« on: October 07, 2017, 07:07:24 PM »
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Hi all,

Iím the proud owner of an Aquaoak 220l tropical tank and have a really nice silicone rock background. The trouble is the top left corner has come away from the glass and Iím concerned this will Ďspreadí if I donít do anything. Suffice to say I really donít want to move all the fish and completely drain the tank. That would be a nightmare! Does anyone have suggestions as to an adhesive I could use that will stick the silicone rock background to glass which will cure underwater? The only idea I have is to partially drain the tank (ie just below where it has come away), however, it will still be in a damp environment.

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