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Old 10/10/2017, 06:51 PM   #15
ca1ore
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Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Stamford, CT
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Originally Posted by slief View Post
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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Yes, that was the video I saw Scott, very useful. I've been keeping reef tanks for almost 30 years, but always glass. This one this time around just got big enough that I decided to go acrylic.


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Got back into the hobby ..... planned to keep it simple ..... yeah, right ..... clearly I need a new plan! Pet peeve: anemones host clowns; clowns do not host anemones!

Current Tank Info: 450 Reef; 120 refugium; 60 Frag Tank, 30 Introduction tank; multiple QTs
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