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Posted by Double J on April 30, 2003 at 17:29:13:
In Reply to: Non-Toxic Foam? posted by -WiZaRd on April 30, 2003 at 16:38:08:
The silicome will be fine if exposed to water in terms of actually holding the bark to the glass. As for filling in the gaps, I have used coco-fiber/eco-earth/bed-a-beast for this job. I pack it in gently, and I can actually plant philodendrons and such behind it. They creep down the bark and send aerial roots everywhere, which is a really neat effect. However, I would wait AT LEAST one week before filling the gaps behind the bark, so that the silicone may properly cure. Don't put anything in the tank until the vinegar smell is completely gone.
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