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Old 12-06-2021, 01:00 AM   #1
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Aquarium stand mat for 90 Gallon Aquarium

I just moved my Aquarium, it took me about 30 min to get the Aquarium off the stand. The Aquarium stand is painted black.

Any suggestions how to avoid this again? Sanding the Aquarium stand is not a option yet, can i put a mat down? and what kind?
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I just use those rubber/pvc shelf lining mats.

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Old 12-06-2021, 03:25 PM   #3
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I just moved my Aquarium, it took me about 30 min to get the Aquarium off the stand. The Aquarium stand is painted black.

Any suggestions how to avoid this again? Sanding the Aquarium stand is not a option yet, can i put a mat down? and what kind?
Here are some pic's too
Thanks Brian

Yes, search Innovative Marine leveling matÖ I just got some for my 48x18 build.
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Yes, search Innovative Marine leveling matÖ I just got some for my 48x18 build.


https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/auqa-...r=43788-209836

Just get the 48x24 and cut it to sizeÖ
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This probably won't help with a 90 g tank but maybe another reader out there...or maybe it will give you ideas...
I use a boot tray under my tank. It's perfect because it's low but catches drips.

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I use towels to put under mine fish tanks
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