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What Self Leveling Silicone/Epoxy Works Best?


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#1 Offline UtahAnts - Posted December 28 2020 - 10:05 AM

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Lately I have been making formicarium's with the glass held on by magnets. I usually just sand the entire front face down to level it. But I know THA and some people on this forum use self leveling epoxy/silicone to provide a good seal to the glass. What type of silicone would work best for this purpose?

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Edited by AntsUtah, December 28 2020 - 2:03 PM.

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