RovingGinger Posted August 15, 2020 Share Posted August 15, 2020 (edited) I have a 10g that has a crack curving through one of the long side panels. It’s all the way through but clean. The tank was about $5 used so I’m not tied to it, but waste not want not. One thought I had was re-siliconing the whole thing including the crack, and then using foam and concrete directly on the back panel to build a faux stone background directly on the broken glass panel. However I don’t know if this is impractical. The other thought was a shallow paludarium. The third thought was installing a sheet of acrylic over the broken panel and seeing if it could be a sump for a 20g if I got very adventurous (I have a laser cutter so the cutting acrylic would be simple, but I’m sure the overall project would be a large learning experience). What have you done? What would work best? Edited August 15, 2020 by RovingGinger Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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