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    Aquarium Slicone

    I can't find a store that sells aquarium safe silicone. I've used the GE brand in the past but Rona tells me they no longer make it. Can anyone help?

    Thanks

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    Apparently Home Hardware sells some which is stated as safe. I have always got my GE I @ CT or HH.

    If you are stuck, I have a couple extra tubes of GE I.

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    I know BA in Kanata carries it as well, both clear and black.
    58 gallon display, 20 gallon sump, Octopus Recirc 110, Mag9 return. Nova Extreme lighting.
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    24 gallon AquaPod, 24lbs live rock.
    Valentini Toby, Coral Beauty, various snails, hermits.


    12 gallon AquaPod, 12lbs live rock, lots of mushrooms.

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    Home Depot still carries it. (as of one week ago)
    180g with 2 x 54g corner bowfront bookends. 220 FOWLR in the works, 75g sump, 75g fuge, 75g QT.
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    ya.. I use the home hardware one.. works great. the store on bank street usually has it in stock.. 3 colors, clear, white and black.. usually goes for 9.95 for 3 sticks if i remember correctly.

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Thanks for the guidance folks. I bought a couple of tubes of GE1. Apparently GE stopped describing it as safe for aquariums, but it's the same product.

    Thanks again.

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    I bought silicone at Big Al's. All glass Aquarium salt & fresh water silicone.
    Works great

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    Here's what I'm working on right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nammy View Post
    Here's what I'm working on right now!
    sweet, looks good so far.

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