I am about to move my iguanas and I wanted to know if it would be possible to make this water proof?
The tank or the wood? The wood side of the tank makes that a bit iffy I think.
There are ways of waterproofing wood, but I'd personally just remove the wood from the sides and then replace it with a glass pane. I'd guess you'd probably need something like 1/4".
I was going to remove the wood, so it would be possible to water proof it?
And what will I need? I have Flex tape would that work?
Tape definitely wouldn't work.
You'd need 100% pure silicon, or aquarium grade silicon like this: https://www.amazon.com/All-Glass-Aq...TF8&colid=1SPSPZ9DMVU7D&coliid=I3CKT29AP2A1SP
You may want to move this to the DIY section of the forums, as you're getting into tank-building territory.
Is that it? Glass ang glue?
It has to be aquarium safe silicone, but yes, that's it
It’s an aluminum frame, will it rust?
What tank size is this, if you don't mind me asking?
Most of the time, two panes of 1/4" glass and silicone will be more expensive than just buying another tank, as long as it's relatively small.
Or maybe just sell it and use the money to buy a used tank(?)
It is 48'' by 24'' by 24'' according to the fish lore volume calculator, it is closer to 120
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