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05-28-2009, 09:16 AM
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I'm creating a paludarium to keep FBT's, some tree frogs, german blue ram and panda cory's.
I've finished most of the construction now just need to know what I can use to cover all the structure/painted surfaces with to stop anything leaching into the water. I'm thinking of either epoxy resin or Polyurethane Varnish.
Which is better and more durable? Needs to be something quite thick to get into the gaps in the structure
Has anyone used either before and can tell me a brand that is known to be safe and available in the UK?
Here's the pictures of the tank so far
The intake for the filter is "through the rocks" under the waterfall (and also where the powerhead for waterfall and heater will live. Water return to the tank is from the cave on the right which is fed by 32mm hard pipe coming down the back and splitting into 2 branches.
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