You can always paint it . Some sanding, priming followed by quality cabinetry paint (so all that water won’t blemish it). You can use foam rollers rated for cabinetry, or spray paint if you have better DIY skills.Tiles are on the ground...
Freshly installed and grout not yet dried; below are a couple shots of the floor of the room from carpet to tiles. It's unfortunate but I did not realized the tile installer does not paint or caulk the edge surrounding the base board so I still have some work for myself to finish up the trimmings.
Next up will be to high level plan the plumbing...
The other more big decision is whether or not I want to bring over this brand new classic All Glass Aquarium Reef Ready 210 tank or not. Ironically this is brand new / never touched water and is new today as it was 12 years ago when I moved it in. What do you think? If I plum this 210 with the Waterbox 190.5; I would be close to 400 gallon . It's just the color doesn't match
Thanks @Sordfish. My challenge is really time. Unfortunately do not have much of it.You can always paint it . Some sanding, priming followed by quality cabinetry paint (so all that water won’t blemish it). You can use foam rollers rated for cabinetry, or spray paint if you have better DIY skills.
I just placed an order of the white furniture wrap and supplies. I am optimist about the results. Will share the progress and results once I have everything.I hear you re time. Between family and work I also find time to be a challenge - hence the reason it has been almost a year since I bought my saltwater tank and it is still dry.
Unfortunately I do not have any experience with Vinyl Wrap. If you decide to go with it please post your experience. I’d love to learn more.
Great. looking forward to reading about it. If you are able to please take a few pictures documenting your installation process.I just placed an order of the white furniture wrap and supplies. I am optimist about the results. Will share the progress and results once I have everything.
Will do. I am curious myself.Great. looking forward to reading about it. If you are able to please take a few pictures documenting your installation process.
Exciting. I’d definitely try and inspect at least the glass. That is the hardest part to deal with if something is wrong. In my experience some delivery guys will try to hurry you up. Take your time to the extent you can. Also take pictures of the crate if you spot anything that may indicate a problem - dents, crushed corners, anything indicating undue force - before you open it. Proper documentation always helps when making return/replacement claims.Look what came in the email earlier today? SO CLOSE... weeks away now . Any suggestions on what to check before signing the paper before the delivery person leave? I am assuming I should open the wood crate and inspect everything at the very least...Both the crate and components that are inside.
It's likely Canada has different offering due to shipping limitation. These are available on Amazon via here. I have found it is less expensive to order from other vendors than amazon.Looking good. I am in the process of doing the same - 3 containers for AWC. Where did you get those containers? I looked on Amazon but can’t find anything larger than 7 gallons. Also those look very compact for 30 gallons - my 20g trash can looks massive in comparison. Are you planning to build a rack to stack them?