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Aquarium Sealant - 10.3 oz.

6 Reviews
$11.99
Item: 211961
$11.99

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Perfecto's 100 percent clear silicone rubber sealant repairs leaky aquariums, broken ornaments, and can be used to build small aquariums. Stays flexible, will not crack or shrink, waterproof, harmless to fresh and saltwater fish.
Specifications
MPN
31010
Manufacturer
Marineland
Package Size10.3 oz.
Internal Id
18585
100% clear silicone rubber.
Adheres to: Glass, ceramic, porcelain, non-oily wood, metal, painted surfaces, canvas, fiberglass, some plastics and rubbers.



Instructions for use:



1. Remove old sealant with a single edge razor blade.

2. Empty and clean the tank with isopropyl alcohol. Dry surfaces.

3. Puncture end of nozzle at 45 deg. angle. Apply sealant at a 45 deg. angle evenly to both surfaces.

4. Spread sealant immediately. Remove excess with dry paper towel.

5. Do not disturb peices for 24 hours. Do not fill with water for 48 hrs.

6. Excess can be trimmed after 24 hours.

Ratings & Reviews

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Great product and service!!!

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I was very happy with this product. Worked just like it should. Tried another brand and had to start the entire project over again. This silicone writes perfectly. Thanks.

That Fish Place Service !

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I am totally satisfied with all my purchases also the help I received from your customer service Department. Special Thanks! To Ms./Mrs. Emerald

awesome

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this stuff works great it s very strong! becareful that dry very fast very with this silicone i would buy only this one again

works great, but do it right.

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This stuff works like a charm. Like the other reviewer mentioned, it is going to work best if you remove all of the original silicone. New silicone will stick better to glass than to old silicone. What I would do is carefully use a razor blade and get a good angle and it should cut it right out. Then add the new silicone, nice and neat on the sides and I just slather it on thick and globby on the bottom. Once you're gravel is in, you won't see it anyway.

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In ANY resealing project, prep-work is key. Get the old out "completely", clean, clean, clean, and let it fully dry. This product works like a champ and dries more clear than ANY other product I've used, EVER!!! Do yourself a favor and buy it in the "caulk tube", you'll acheive a more uniform bead than using the toothpaste tube. I've been keeping fish for over 30 years, and have resealed more than a few times.

A++ Buy

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helped me reseal my 110 gallon tank life saver.