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Old 02-19-2022, 12:10 PM   #1
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Anyone have ideas where to purchase/make mesh aquarium top for my 21o gal? 2nd fish Ive lost from jumping out of tank.

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There are plenty of mesh lid kits available. For example.

https://www.h2oaquatics.co.uk/produc...-cover-tc12075

Google something like "aquarium mesh lid kit" if above isnt available in your location.
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They are easy to make also
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If you want to get spendy and invest in a long term sturdy lid, check out:

https://toplids.com

https://www.clearviewlids.com

https://octoaquatics.com

All have their pros and cons. I believe Toplids and Clearview both use polycarbonate while Octo uses acrylic. Iím personally in the process of buying one from Toplids for my 48x18Ē 75 gallon.
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