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Old 11-17-2013, 02:44 AM   #1
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recaulking a tank

i was wondering i was in the middle or restoring an old tank that corailne algae stuck on it. i though i could just scrape it off but it was proving too much work on the 90gal tank. so i threw in some vinagar just enough to cover the bottom and then let it sit a couple days later i drained it and removed the caulking but some water got in the bottom i was wondering what i should do next waited till it to dry and then recaulk it or does the whole bottom have to come off and redo the whole thing
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