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Mommaof4boys 09-05-2012 07:09 PM

HELP!!
 
I need silicone to glue my rocks that's safe for aquariums and there is a whole wall of silicone an NONE say safe for aquariums!!! Help me... please!

bud29 09-05-2012 07:13 PM

I got mine at home depot. Mine said you just need to let it dry for 48 hrs. before putting it in the tank.

Mommaof4boys 09-05-2012 07:14 PM

Everything I see says not recommended for aquariums!

Rivercats 09-05-2012 07:26 PM

You can get actual aquarium silicone sealant at most fish stores, I've seen it at Pet Smart before. I've actually used this product HoldFast Epoxy Stick
numerous times and I've seen it at Pet Smart also. Call around to the pet stores in your area and see what they have. If I remember right the putty can be put in the tank right away.

blert 09-05-2012 08:00 PM

GE Momentive series RTV103 for black and Momentive RTV108 for clear, if available. GE Silicone 1 or 2 for windows and doors (allow 2 to cure for 48 hours as it has an ammonia based curing agent).

Basically, you can use anything that is 100% silicone and has NO mold/bacteria inhibitors (like bathroom stuff).

Mommaof4boys 09-05-2012 08:47 PM

Thank you guys very much! I found some aquarium safe silicon... I tried petsmart and apparently here they don't carry it anymore? I tried a hardware store, nothing, walmart, nothing, finally found little 3 oz tubes at Lowes... Sigh.. Lol


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