Aquarium Sealant Use

gothicrose5

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I have 2 55 gallon freshwater tanks 1 tank has angels and the other rasboras for now....the angel tank is almost complete except needing a few more rocks...the other 55 gallon tank with the castles I'm awaiting for teddy cholla to arrive so I can hide the heaters and intake pipes as I did in the angel tank...my question on sealant use is ....Is there a way you can take left over gravel and form it into balls, rock looking designs and such with out having to jus take a handfull of sealant and a handfull of gravel and mix and have stuck gravel on hands and everywhere....
 

david1978

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Its time consuming but you can just put a dab on and stick a rock on and use it like you would super glue or hot glue.
 
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gothicrose5

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david1978 said:
Its time consuming but you can just put a dab on and stick a rock on and use it like you would super glue or hot glue.
I was trying to avoid it being all time consuming but I am always looking around....thanks
 

david1978

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I have never stuck a bunch of small rocks together but that's how I built bigger rock structures so they wouldn't fall down.
 
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gothicrose5

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david1978 said:
I have never stuck a bunch of small rocks together but that's how I built bigger rock structures so they wouldn't fall down.
My angel tank I used pvc pipe and siliconed that and rolled the pipe in the rocks..when dried I did touch ups for missing spots...it houses the tank heaters...maybe whenever the snow decides its done in my area ill get out to looking for rocks to use thanks again
 

david1978

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Yea we had snow last night too. Lol. Didn't last long but its getting old. Its april not the 105th of January.
 
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gothicrose5

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david1978 said:
Yea we had snow last night too. Lol. Didn't last long but its getting old. Its april not the 105th of January.

it just snowed here today so I am too hoping its done....
 

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