How to Glue an Acrylic Aquarium?


Acrylic aquariums are manufactured in capacities from 10 to over 50,000 gallons. All enthusiastic tropical fish lovers appreciate the drama and living art that is provided by acrylic aquariums. When the acrylic adhesive gives away you might think the
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1 Identify where the leak is. Look around the aquarium for wetness, if the leak is not obvious. Look for metal corners that appear to be separated from the glass, and for sealant
Its actually not glue, its silicon. You can get aquarium silicon online at www.bigalsonline.com the link is:
I have used food-grade silicone adhesive to repair Frankoma stoneware dinner plates. The repairs have lasted for many (?30+?) years. Embed Quote
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