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Old 03-07-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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Safe Project Glue?

I am working on making Styrofoam islands for crabs I am planning on getting for Puffer food. I so far only have the shape in I wanted to add sand on the top (since i have extra from filling the dank) but I wasnt sure what I could use? The foam I am using is actually non-toxic florist foam and it is very porous, but I only wanted it on the top and sides and leave the bottom bare for safety sake.

So any ideas? I have a tube of silicone, though its black, I was thinking I could spread that on them thinly and dust sand on? I double checked the packaging and it is indeed safe for aquariums
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