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    im thinking of buying a used tank off someone but there is a scratch on the inside glass about 3 inches. is there anyway to repair the tank before i put anything in it so that the you cant see the scratch or is the scratch going to have to stay there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron6217 View Post
    im thinking of buying a used tank off someone but there is a scratch on the inside glass about 3 inches. is there anyway to repair the tank before i put anything in it so that the you cant see the scratch or is the scratch going to have to stay there.
    Depends if it's glass or acrylic. If it's glass, then no...unless you want to replace the entire panel.

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    Where's the scratch? Side panels?
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    its all glass and it the 92 gal bowfront tank, the scratch is located on left side of the tank, running about 3 inches vertical. maybe there is a way i could cover it up with the things i put in the tank

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