What do you think

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Aqua sobriquet, 14 Jun 2019.

  1. Aqua sobriquet

    Aqua sobriquet Member

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    About this piece of wood for my 35L Nano. Too big or ok? I think I can trim a bit off the width if required. I have another piece in soak but it’s refusing to sink at the moment.

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  2. LouisGenin

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    I think it is the right size for the tank. Just make sure to leave space to clean your glass though


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  3. Aqua sobriquet

    Aqua sobriquet Member

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    Yes I was thinking that myself. I may trim a little bit off the sides to make cleaning easier.
     
  4. LouisGenin

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    Just be careful not to make it look very unnatural with square edges etc


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  5. Keith GH

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    It's the perfect size and shape for your 35Lt Nano tank.

    Trimming it's not that easy as you must keep it looking natural as possible. If you must the only spot I can see is the back RH corner. Rather than cut it use a wood rasp, by doing it that way you can see what you are doing as you slowly rasp the area you are working on.

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