Glue safe for use make water pools.

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Just Jay
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Glue safe for use make water pools.

Post by Just Jay » Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:55 am

Hello! I'm sure its posted somewhere but I am on tapatalk and unsure how to search

I'm re-doing my pools. So any other helpful tips or even if you'd like to share a photo of your own pools thatd be great.

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Re: Glue safe for use make water pools.

Post by LandFishh » Wed Feb 13, 2019 4:15 pm

If you're looking for a water-safe glue option, silicone/aquarium glue works just fine. If you use it, you MUST wait for it to fully cure, 24 hours minimum. Most of us just use plastic kitchen containers with craft mesh attached for them to climb out. Make sure they have a good and clear way to climb out or they'll drown.
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Re: Glue safe for use make water pools.

Post by scuttlecrusty22 » Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:54 am

I have a plastic container with crafting canvase as well! It seems to be the easy way to do pools. :banana: :crabbigsmile:
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