Anyone know of good paint for glass fish tank. Something that is relatively cheap. Thinking black paint.
If you wet the surface with a "wetting agent," such as RODI water or a light mineral oil (don't use organic oil - it'll rancidify; olive oil is especially stinky...), you can then squeegee the air bubbles out.I used window film... It was hard to apply, and every bubble or crease shows up inside the tank. Paint from now on!
Can't trust everything you read on the internet, doh.
It's Drylok mixed with concrete coloring. I've done it on a 3D background of mine and it looks great and is fish-safe.King of diy on YouTube has videos on 3d backgrounds that do inside the tank... He paints em, but can't remember what with.
Oh. That's right.It's Drylok mixed with concrete coloring. I've done it on a 3D background of mine and it looks great and is fish-safe.