Aquarium Supplies You Can Get From Bunnings

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    Sorry about no pic @Agent M but you can see the photo in the link. :rolleyes
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    Thats ok, I'll add the photos in later
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    Ha ha. You got tha powa.
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    I reckon by now since setting up my tank as FW and then converting to SW, I would have purchased at least 1 of everything from the plumbing section!

    I'm in there so regularly, I think the staff think I'm a plumber!...or a weirdo with a pipe fetish!
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    Try being a girl and going into the plumbing section, they just think you must be lost :p
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    Or anywhere really.
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    Very handy place to be employed ;-)
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    Rub it in why don't you! ;)
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    does bunnings still sell Selly's aquaknead looked in 3 shops still nothing? sell a lot of epoxy putty but no clue if any others are safe to use.
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    Yep, still sells it. How many do you need?
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    in the sealants and putty section!
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    yea that the section I've been looking. mite be just be the bunnings around me.
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    They are always hard to see, I'd ask a friendly looking old person.
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    I use Bunnings all the time but happened to go to Masters a while back and noticed that they have a better range and quality of the clear vinyl tubing.
    I got a roll of about 13mm from Bunnings once and it was so tightly wound that the middle metres were almost unusable because they were so flattened.
    The lengths at Masters were way better quality.
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    If you can, leave the roll, unwound, in the sun for a while. It often softens nicely and will be much less springlike then. Otherwise put it in a bucket and pour boiling water over it to soak.
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    Awesome!! It's good to be in the middle point between nearest Bunning/Master...
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    Are you female!!?
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