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Tips on ways to keep your acrylic tank scratch free September 17 2013

When cleaning/maintaining your acrylic tank, use a soft cloth with an ammonia free cleaner. Ammonia can cause crazing(micro-cracks within the surface of the tank). We recommend using 210 Plastic Cleaner and Polish. It is the only cleaner we use on our products. It works great against surface scratches such as rough hands rubbing your tank. When cleaning the inside of your tank, we would suggest cleaning your tank by hand...

Top Notch Corals Saltwater Tanks August 23 2013

Top Notch Corals located in Burlingame, California. Six tanks and five sumps made for this new coral store. Tanks dimensions from left to right: 96x30x12, 96x32x16, 96x30x12, 72x30x24. Frag tank and display tank. 225 gallon display tank. 48x30x9 Shallow 50 gallon display tank. 30x30x15 saltwater 58 gallon, black bottom, tank with a 24x16x15 sump.

Jerry Cardena's sump July 06 2013

Jerry Cardena's 48x20x16 sump. Texas

Aaron's Tank July 06 2013

Aaron's 48x24x24 Long Beach, Ca.

Chris' Tank July 06 2013

Chris' 84x30x24 made 3/4" thick acrylic with a black back and external overflow. Hesperia, Ca Corner view of Chris' 84x30x24 made 3/4" thick acrylic with a black back and external overflow. Hesperia, Ca Side view of Chris' tank   

Jerry Cardena's In-wall tank July 06 2013

Jerry Cardena's In-wall tank. Texas

Joseph's Tank July 06 2013

Joseph's Tank Torrance, Ca

Sunny's In-wall tank June 15 2013

Sunny from Las Vegas with his 96x24x30 In-wall tank with divider   Back view of Sunny's In-wall tank  

The Coral & Frag Shack June 15 2013

Tony's 96x36x10 1" thick rimless frag tank at The Coral & Frag Shack in Hemet, Ca

Aaron's fresh water tank & sump June 15 2013

Aaron's fresh water system 96x36x30 tank & 60" sump. Long Beach, Ca
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