FlyTekk

KISS KeepItSimpleStupid
Manhattan Reefs
Hi all. I attached pictures of damage to my silicone seal. This was done with a blade while attempting to clean tank. It looks like some of the cut silicone got jammed deep into the seam. Is there anything i can do to fix?
 

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Timfish

Experienced Reefer
Location
Asutin, TX
It's pretty small so I would just leave it. Any fix would require cutting out some silicone and resealing it and there's no guarentee it would hold better than the factory seal.
 

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