Discussion in 'Meet & Greet Forum' started by daniel proudfoot, Apr 13, 2019.
Welcome to R2R!!!
Welcome to R2R!
Welcome to R2R, Daniel. Happy to have you here and it's pretty cool that you do custom acrylic work too. Looking forward to seeing your tank build thread soon.
Welcome to r2r!
Awesome to have you aboard and especially someone knowledgeable with acrylic and perhaps tips on scratch removal, leaks ????
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Hi Daniel !
Always glad to see a craftsman turn reefer !
if the scratches aren't too deep, you can do a 5 stage wet sanding to it. Then finish off by buffing with novus 2.
As for leaks, that depends of the leak. You can drain the tank and see if solvent glue can seep into the leaking area and go over it a couple times to give the area time to eat away before it's able to evaporate. Perhaps go over that with some weld-on 16 for added barrier. I recommend mc bond by polysciences, I don't like weld_on solvents. weld-on 16 can be messy so cover areas you don't want to get strings of glue on like other walls. weld-on 40 is good, it is a 2 part mix and our tank department uses it when bonding sheets together or dealing with heavy gauge acrylic.
Welcome to R2R
Welcome to R2R! Glad to have you, your expertise on acrylic will make you a town favorite for sure
!!! Welcome to R2R !!!
Ooh! I see an article in the works!
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