Has anybody successfully removed a background that they siliconed into an aquarium? I'm thinking about removing mine and redoing it. I didn't concrete mine in the tank so I'm thinking it should be just a matter of scraping the silicone off once I get the BG removed. Don't get me wrong, I love my background and really proud of it. It's just a real pain in the butt to clean and have had some other issues with it like the filter intakes injesting sand and jamming them up. It's also hard to get in the lower caves to get waste out of them. So now that I have had a chance to build and learn from it, thinking of a re-design. This is on my 75G glass aquarium. Getting a new one is out of the picture as well with funds being tight.
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