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Old 10/10/2017, 06:16 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by ca1ore View Post
I'm generally scornful of utube video, but that was extremely useful. I'm about to have my first acrylic tank and petrified of scratching it up.
If you are talking about the LA Fish Guy video I put together, I can assure you that Acylic is really nice because you can easily erase scratches. My tank is 25 years old now and I can remove scratches and make it look like new. Something you canít do with glass. Not sure if you saw the link I posted above to the thread but there is a lot of good info and pictures in there documenting the compete step by step process of scratch removal on a full tank.

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