Removing the bracing on a 10 gallon.

Ed Seeley

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Looking ok Garuf, I'd keep a bucket handy, just in case....

To get rid of most of the Silicone you'll probably have to lower the water and use meths on a piece of kitchen roll after slicing off as much as possible with the razor blade, but spilling any in the water wouldn't be good...
 

Garuf

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I got it all off fine, thanks though, I just used good old fashioned elbow grease with the razor blade.
 
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