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    you can use GE silicone 1 clear for doors and windows... I have heard both ge 1 is ok but one hobbyist told me he called them and they said there is an anti mold even though its not listed on the bathroom silicone. So i would use the windows and door one... It may say not safe for aquarium use but that is more for legal reasons.
    While i am no expert i have made multiple backgrounds and used this safely for many years... Just be sure to allow time for it to cure properly and then soak it from some time as another precaution.

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    Thanks for the comfort. :) - Mrs.JayMay23 time for new stock? - Lady Hobbs fishie, fishie in the sea - Lady Hobbs more fish - Lady Hobbs smarty-pants! - Brhino 
    thanks for the help - genocidex for your good info on ugfs - fishmommie 

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    0 Not allowed!
    http://www.amazon.ca/Perfecto-Clear-...2119710&sr=8-3

    Price: CDN$ 13.99 + CDN$ 6.99 shipping

    I was astounded to run the search and find most of the prices were CDN$ 40.+ for the 10.3 ounce tube. That's obscene.


    The better option for PVC is PVC cleaner and PVC solvent. After it cures - minutes - it is safe for tank use.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Lowe's carries aquarium silicon... at least mine does.

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    Superglue or any cyanoacrylate adhesive dries to an inert solid. It is tank safe and fairly strong
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    "There is no right way to do the wrong thing." - KingFisher "Only bad things happen fast in this hobby" - Cliff Boo train boo train boo train boo train woohoo

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    0 Not allowed!
    GE clear silicone 1 used it for years.. let it fully cure, at least 24-48 hours and your good to go..
    The only substitute for good manners is fast reflexes.
    RIP Roscoe. We will meet again Bug.

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    Thanks for the comfort. :) - Mrs.JayMay23 time for new stock? - Lady Hobbs fishie, fishie in the sea - Lady Hobbs more fish - Lady Hobbs smarty-pants! - Brhino 
    thanks for the help - genocidex for your good info on ugfs - fishmommie 

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    0 Not allowed!
    Do a search on Amazon.com for aquarium silicone.

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    go to www.bigal'sonline.com. they have what you need

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