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  1. DIY Forum
    Hi there Forum, I know there is a lot of research on proper sanding methods and buffing and I have looked at a majority of them. I acquired a saltwater tank from a friend of mine. It has been severely neglected...Anyways I sanded with 800 grit then 1000 then 1500 then 2000 then 3000...
  2. General Reef Discussion
    There is a white patch on the side of one of my fish (only on one side). This literally happened overnight. Does anyone know what it is? And what can I do to help the fish. Thanks for the advice! Here is the pic:
  3. General Reef Discussion
    Picked up a rounded edge 55 gal acrylic tank that was neglected and scratched pretty bad. Did my research and got it looking great. Now I'm ready to start the process of bringing my other tank over to this newish one. I'm worried about the residue from the polish. I scrubbed the insides with...
  4. Reef Fish
    Hello TRT, I just acquired a juvenile mimic tang for my tank. upon acclimation i had a damsel fish viciously attack the poor guy, needless to say the damsel resides in the sump now...much of his fins are torn up but that is not my concern as the fish is acting healthy and actively eating...
  5. DIY Forum
    First off, I have to give great thanks to Novus' scratch removal compounds because they saved my a**! Below are before and after pictures of some rather deep scratches that came (lucky me) with a Sea Clear System II tank I bought. The scratches were pretty severe as far as acrylic goes and my...
  6. General Reef Discussion
    Okay, so ice got a 90g acrylic, with a TON of haze scratches! And a few deep scratches as well. There's a guy who has a scratch repair kit locally, but he wants over $50 for it, and he says he isn't even sure if it's safe for acrylic. My only other idea is to go online, but add shipping costs...
  7. General Reef Discussion
    My Blue Tang is scratching himself on the rocks? anyone know what this is all about? He is actually gtting some good speed and then rubbing himself onto a sharp piece of rock, I think this is going to hurt him! it must!
  8. DIY Forum
    My 75 has several scratches. The owner before me was not very gentle with the tank I am guessing. To prevent buying a new tank I am wanting to get some advice on how to get the scratches out. The scratches are not deep, it just looks as though the previous owner used a scratcher pad or something...
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