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Old 07-27-2013, 12:41 AM   #11
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Any pictures? Very interested
No unfortunately I dont. It was 2 years ago. Its really hard to break the ends though. I used a steel rod and a towel over it. And a fine sand paper to sand it
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I didnt touch it and it has now become blank..
lol i thought that would happen. my sister has some cool beer bottles with silkscreen labels on them that I'm pretty sure are going to work. I'm going to try drilling the bottom and putting an air stone in it so the tubing wont be showing through the whole bottle
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That'd be sick
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You an get a kit for breaking and sanding bottles at hobby lobby for like $15.

My plastic handles have been working great for jarring betta fry though. Better than soda bottles due to the flat bottom and the hand holds. And since we go through more liquor than soda, I have more of those than soda bottles. Not that we drink an incredible amount of liquor, but we just don't drink much soda at all.
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You an get a kit for breaking and sanding bottles at hobby lobby for like $15.

My plastic handles have been working great for jarring betta fry though. Better than soda bottles due to the flat bottom and the hand holds. And since we go through more liquor than soda, I have more of those than soda bottles. Not that we drink an incredible amount of liquor, but we just don't drink much soda at all.
You must be from Texas? I havent ever seen one of those kits
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You must be from Texas? I havent ever seen one of those kits
Louisiana actually.
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Louisiana actually.
Close enough! Ill look for that kit next time I go
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Close enough! Ill look for that kit next time I go
It's with the glass and mosaic stuff, at least in my local hobby lobby.
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Awesome!

I remember in one episode of Tanked they incorporated glass soda bottles into the coral inserts. They put fine bubble air stones inside them to make them look like the soda was fizzing. I know people don't really like that show, but I thought it was pretty awesome!
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