Posted on 4th May 2011 @ 7:58 AM
I, like most people, have had or bough an aquarium that has a broken seal or maybe a small leak due to a crack in the aquarium. There are procedures to follow so that you do not sacrifice the integrity of the aquarium or the safety of your fish.
The first question to ask is, how do I repair this aquarium without hurting my fish?
This is simple; do not use any chemical that will harm the fish. I would purchase 100% alcohol from your local store, a razor blade, and ASI Aquarium Sealant.
The following steps will help you repair your aquarium and replace the seal with a new, fresh, clear seal.
Contact us if you have any questions on how to repair your aquarium!
American Sealants Inc. offers a high tensile strength fish safe silicone. The fish safe silicone is used by professionals throughout the world to construct both high volume production aquariums and custom aquariums. ASI Aquarium Sealant is also great for aquarium repairs or resealing aquariums. This aquarium sealant is perfect for DIY aquarium projects. It is offered in 10.2 oz packaging. ASI Fish Safe Silicone is also offered in both black and clear silicone. ASI aquarium sealant has excellent adhesion properties and it is known for its durability, clarity, and strength.
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