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Started my DIY Aquarium BG this weekend. Using the Styrofoam and cement process. This BG is going into my 90 gal which will house an all male haps and peacocks from Lake Malawi. This only Part 1 so stay tuned for more later.

Channel: Pets & Animals
Author: Heartsangel2009

Length: 04:37
Rating: 4.047619
Views: 259969

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Sky Lopez
@keatts6865 totally understand. my 125 aint gettin any smaller. im going to wait..... a very long time lol
Heartsangel2009
Mine is still going strong - the second attempt - if you have seen all of my videos I did not glue this one in well enough and had to start over! So use lots!
supaccollins
My tank looks 10 times better sue
mhk144
Hey, I want to know that cements will absorb water, so i have seen people talking that after some the background start crumble. so is it true? how much these backgrounds are stable? The particles of cement are hazard for fishes or not? if its mixing in the aquarium water then after a while will it create any poison for the fishes?
Mason B
idk what stores you have in your area but where did you get your foam caus ei check ben franklin and home depot and no luck, maybe lowes? idk respond ASAP please! got fishies waiting for new home, thanks =)!
devil6330
want some advice from you. i have 10 " redtail catfish, 12" pacu and two 13" walking catfishes. if i make one 3d aquarium background like you wont the fish eat that cement coated polystyrene? plz do reply
905Reptilez
do you trim off the back making it flat too fit in the aquarium better? i also make a lot of these thank you!
graham1426
Hey guys very cool and easy method, please post your second vid asap.
Richard Walsh
damn... why didn't i think of this? great idea cutting and stacking them...
Susan Ruth
sadly 1:30 it looks like bacon stacked up on top of other to me XD


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