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Future Cynops Orientalis Home [step-by-step]

This is a discussion on Future Cynops Orientalis Home [step-by-step] within the Photos & Pictures of Enclosures, Vivaria, etc forums, part of the Vivaria, Enclosures & Product Reviews category; I chose GE Silicone II because I had seen previous step-by-step tutorials use it. So far there haven't been any ...

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Old 13th January 2008   #41 (permalink)
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I chose GE Silicone II because I had seen previous step-by-step tutorials use it. So far there haven't been any problems (tank has been running since July). Perhaps someone else can chime in as to whether or not GE Silicone I can be used.



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The GE Silicone II is mold and mildew resistant due to a bioseal. The GE Silicone I does not say it is mold and mildew resistant on the tube.



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Great job!



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haha you make me want to try this but I know mine wouldn't turn out good and it would look like a pile of dump. Yours turned out so great though. Good job




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Hey man, I've been watching this thread for a while, and you've really inspired me to start a newt tank - gonna buy GS and silicon tommorow. But I've got a question - how do you keep the tank cool?



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