I just bought a 180 gallon arcylic "long" aquarium. I think the tank used to be a reef tank because there are drain holes on the bottom of the tank... sigh... so I got a new lil project I'm gonna be working on this week. I'm going to be gettin scrap acrylic pieces and using Household Adhesive Sealant (100% Silicone) to seal the holes. Then im going to be creating glass plateforms across the entire back wall for their land area XD.
Just a little worried about sealing these holes.
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I would put a lid on one hole and connect a drain to it, so you can drain the whole tank once in a while. The water pressure will keep the lid in place.
Good luck with the project
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