Tiny Unobtrusive Filter?
So, my 2.5 gallon betta tank is a desk/night stand ornament. I have all the chords pretty well hidden - or at least as much as I could without modifying the furniture (like my next project: 15g dwarf puffers will require). However, I need a filter. A tiny, unobtrusive filter, that won't require modifying the furniture.
I was thinking of using gorilla tape to fix a small water pump to the back of my night stand, and using silicone tubing to stick a weighted foam filter head (about 1 cubic inch) in the bottom of the tank, with the outflow just running into the top of the tank at the water's edge.
OR, my other idea - because I really hate tubing. Could I fix the end of the filter head to the end of a plastic drinking straw (or some other rigid tube - suggestions welcome), silicone caulk it in place, and run that to the bottom of the tank? That way I could just use one attach it to the side wall at one point, and not have to deal with suction cups coming off at the bottom of the tank, and being a major pain in the rear to reattach.
Before I go out and buy 10ft of tubing or gorilla tape something to my night stand, I'd love to hear some suggestions ahaha
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