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Old 01-15-2012, 08:06 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Add on Baffle Teeth?

My 72 is now up and running with a school of 5 blue green chromis. I have Chaeto on the way with the CUC and decided the baffle between my fuge and return section of my sump would benefit from teeth.

I saw a product some time ago that is like the plastic on the back of glass tank lids but is toothed. Just cut to length and snap on the edge of the baffle. For the life of me I cannot locate it again! I have googled and yahood my butt off. Anyone know of this product and where I can find it?
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