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  1. I am new to the hobby, having just bought a used tank. I could not find a topic that answered my questions and I am brand new to forums, so please forgive me if a missed a step somewhere. My question is this: Is there any way to make the silicon appear new again, so that the line of silicon is more pleasing to the eyes. I.E. black aquarium safe paint, or a very thin layer of more silicon (for cosmetic purposes only), etc.? The tank I bought seems fine so far. It is cleaned out and currently filled up in the shower for a proper leak test. So far the silicone seems to be holding up fine; however, while cleaning the tank, some of the very edges of the silicon came off. This makes the tank look a little worn, but I would like it to look as new as possible. Below are examples of the front of the tank which has the jagged edges, and then of the back of the tank were the silicone is straight.
  2. For all of you who build custom tanks or regularly refurbish used tanks: Do you have a preferred brand of silicone? If so, why do you prefer that brand?
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