As everyone who read my post about the 125 knows i purchased a fairly decent used 125 gallon aquarium. It had a tiny leak in it, so, I resiliconed it and found that I had fixed the wrong place, so I figured, what the heck, I'll just redo the entire front of the tank. So I stripped it clean of silicone, and cleaned it off real nice, then put some more silicone on and let it sit for a day. The next day, my brother and I filled the tank up, and it was doing great! My brother said "I think it'll be ok". Not 3 seconds after the utterance of those words, six jets of water spewed forth from the base of the tank. Both of us stood in utter shock. What to do!? Before I knew it, there was a 60 gallon lake on my floor. We ran back and forth with 5 gallon buckets, scooping water out and pouring them into the sump pump in the floor, trying to use our python to syphon the water( to no avail), and using a wetvac to get the water out before it got to the floor. The power strip to my entire stereo/tv setup AND aquarium stuff is all there in the water, so I had to kill the entire area. My couch was drenched, my drums, kinda not so good sounding when soaked. Whew! Normally, I would be mad about all that stuff happening, but all I can do is laugh, really hard. So basically, wait wicked long after siliconing, and, I hope everyone got a good laugh out of my misfortune!