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I am going to be resiliconing a tank and I am wondering if this is safe for fish?
I am resealing a 75 gallon tank.... better get some silicone meant for aquariums. Thanks everyone!Flyfisha said:That will be ok for any small tank after days of drying. One day per millimetre . A 1/4 inch / 6 mm join needs a week to dry completely.
That silicon is not structural grade and is not suitable for 30 gallon tanks or bigger.
This isnt the all purpose one, just want to be safe.SouthAmericanCichlids said:Here is what aquarium advisor says:
This all-purpose sealant from Dap is 100% silicone and used to both build and repair aquariums. Once applied, it takes 24 hours to cure completely. Then, it's non-toxic and safe for use in any aquarium, freshwater or saltwater. It's completely waterproof, stays flexible, and won't crack, peel, or shrink over time.