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Has any one used CT1 to repair small leaks in the silicone? Do you know if it’s reef and fish safe?

 

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seabass

IDK, but its marketing materials state, "Moderate resistance to fungal and bacteria growth".  That could be an indicator that it might not be reef safe.

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mpugh

Sealing your Glass Aquarium

Before you seal your glass tank, you of course need to remove any fish you have in there. Make sure to do this carefully and safely. You can keep them in a temporary holding container until you are ready to move them back into the tank.

CT1 is 100% odourless and safe to use, which means you don’t have to worry about any harmful fumes affecting the health of you or your aquarium fish. This is extremely important when it comes to resealing tank aquariums as using the wrong sealant can put the health and the lives of your fish at risk. Always choose a safe formula and one that is chemical resistant, such as CT1, The Snag List Eliminator.
 

this is also on their website, hopefully someone has used it and provide some insight. I have read reviews of people using it, but that was from ~2011. 🤔 

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