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Old 04-15-2013, 11:26 PM   #11 
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Originally Posted by JellOh View Post
Yes! Lets start a revolution to make a better divided tank!
Yes even if I do use craft dividers I have been dreaming up a safer, better built like Fort Knox tank. I really would feel better about my divided tank if my fish "share" a little less (germs, stress, ect.) I already feel a bit guilty because the divided tank benefits me more than my fish.
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:32 AM   #12 
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For anyone considering this, I would HIGHLY recommend using actual glass and NOT plexiglass for the dividers. Aquarium/aquarium safe silicone is specifically designed to form a much stronger bond with glass than other materials like plexiglass. Since this seems like the kind of project you'd want to last over time, it'd kinda suck when one or more parts of the plexiglass dividers started to detach in 6 months. The thicker, sturdy type of plexiglass you'd need also tends to be more expensive than the regular 1/4' sheet glass appropriate for this project.
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