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Old 08-30-2011, 09:40 PM   #261
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i would go with the later... just sounds like a big headache to me otherwise. But thats just me
??? im slow, so please be better specific?
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:42 PM   #262
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Better specific?? Could you clarify that comment please? Lol
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Lmao!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:45 PM   #264
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Any epoxy should do. It seals like concrete, yes, it'll work. Once it's dry, it won't bleed. So it should have no fish issues. Rinse it out before you fill it. I'd get the strongest u could find. Lowes, home depot, ace all sell it.

ive never been able to epoxy. maybe i just dont have the right mojo? hence my confusion and apprehension.
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:47 PM   #265
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Better specific?? Could you clarify that comment please? Lol

exactly! i got lost on that post.
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:48 PM   #266
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ive never been able to epoxy. maybe i just dont have the right mojo? hence my confusion and apprehension.
It's easy. Comes in a tube that mixes the two components together and u just follow the edge of the acrylic... Bam! Stick it on and let it dry...
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I used epoxy to fill in the chip on my 125g. It dries real quick so work fast. But mine has held up remarkably well and if you do it right you can barely see it, I got this clear stuff. If I can do it, certainly anyone can
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I used epoxy to fill in the chip on my 125g. It dries real quick so work fast. But mine has held up remarkably well and if you do it right you can barely see it, I got this clear stuff. If I can do it, certainly anyone can
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Thank you, Carey! See, too easy...
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hahaha... then the both of you are invited to come over for coffee and to supervise, just dont pet the dog, she pees when she gets excited.
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hahaha... then the both of you are invited to come over for coffee and to supervise, just dont pet the dog, she pees when she gets excited.

LMAO... How far from CO are you...lol ROAD TRIP!!!
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