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Old 02-18-2011, 01:13 PM   #1
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How to prevent salt creep on LED lights?

Hey everyone,

I recently purchased Marineland Double LED lighting for my 40g FOWLR tank. The lighting look amazing, however, right now I have egg crate as my cover, and the way the light mounts it's just slightly above the egg crate and it's beginning to collect salt on it. I'd imagine some of you out there have some sort of work around to this. Right now as a temp fix I covered it up with plastic rap but any suggestions on how to raise the lighting without making it look bad would be great.
75g FOWLR Tank, Black Percula Clown , Pajama Cardinal, Orange Stripe Prawn Goby, Pygmy Angelfish, Copperband Butterfly
75g Freshwater Tank, 5 Silver Dollars, 3 Angelfish, Bristlenose Pleco, 5 Julli Cats
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