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Esli

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Does anyone have any advice on how to cover this hole? Like what should I use to block it. I want to leave a little space for the heater & small tube line.
The space is there for a filter but i want to cover both of them up so I won't be with the worry of my fish jumping out
Thanks!
 

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Black duct tape. Use two strips: one long enough to cover the gap, the other a few inches longer than that. Put them sticky side together, then use the resulting patch to cover your hole.
 
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maggie thecat said:
Black duct tape. Use two strips: one long enough to cover the gap, the other a few inches longer than that. Put them sticky side together, then use the resulting patch to cover your hole.
I would've never thought of that!! Thanks so much!
 

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You're welcome. I keep a roll in my fish drawer. That and sheets of plastic craft netting. 101 uses.
 

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Was gonna say tape. I’ve done it. What I’ve also done is plastic eaves trough screen. I use it for my crab so that she still gets air but she can’t get out. I also hung plants from it so it looks kinda cool. but duck tape was my first idea.
 

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Yeah a lot of kits these days, have that "feeding hole", but are a bit small eh?
 

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I was going to suggest spare filter sponges, still promotes a bit of gas exchange - never a bad thing.
 
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