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Old 08-06-2009, 12:10 AM   #1
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I just searched the forum , iam in trouble now i think, as discussed last year in above mentioned forum , i have glued the tank with GE II , it has amonia in it . what should i do now, feel so stupid should have search the fourm earlier please help
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cut it all out and wash the glass with vinegar and get every last bit of the silicone off then start over with the GE silicone 1
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Just so you know, don't ask the same question in 2 different threads (duplicate post) as it makes more work for the mods.
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personally i would stress about it and redo it.
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Thank All for the advice, doing all over
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the first time was just practice
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