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Old 09-26-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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Where can I get plastic clips to hold a screen top?

I finally pulled the trigger on a bigger tank. I just built the screen top for ii (the tank is physically not in my possession yet). The glass is 3/8" (just shy actually) thick and is rimless.
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Most people make something them selves out of what they can find at diy stores and what they have in their 'unused aquarium goodies box'....... Come one we all have one!
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stainless steel binder clips work?
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