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Old 05-26-2010, 03:10 PM   #12
deeda
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JWA,

I love to hear that kind of info regarding using Dow silicone for resealing a tank. So as to not hijack the OP's thread, when you find the info, could you start a new thread? That would allow us to find your specific recommendations better.

I never really thought of glass as having pores but I realize that only makes sense. I do my best to get the glass as clean as possible when doing a reseal. My thoughts are that on a COMPLETE tank disassembly, it would be preferable to stone (or sand) the mating glass surfaces to remove the remaining silicone 'claws' to allow better adhesion between the glass panes. Just a thought.

Now, back to the original thread.
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