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thanks, I can order it online. When I made this thread I was in a rush for it because I thought I needed it that day.

thanks everyone
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Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post


Imho I would go with a "welding" product as opposed to a "bonding" product.

There are some 2-part expoxies that are really good, but for longevities sake I would use #16 for laminating, and Weld-on #3 for capillary bonding. For all intents and purposes the 2 pieces become 1 at a molecular level.
So.... I live in Houston, TX clear lake area.... I bought plexiglass really thin .08" plan to make an aquarium out of it.... iono if it'll hold for sh**... plus I couldn't find weld-on at home depot, lowe's or hobby lobby (but I didn't check a couple other hobby shops or plastic stores...) I just went with SILICONE ADHESIVE... as recommended somewhere on the internet..... I'm curious will this hold and be watertight will this thickness be able to hold water?? Also I thought I might put caulking on top of the silicone (which I bought) would an epoxy work better? I saw that at Lowe's as well (it said acryllic ont eh packaging) but didn't buy it...
I already bought the plexiglas and got it cut (at lowes... so no going back) it was thin enough for straight cutting
If it's no bother e-mail me your replies kj.craigslist@live.com since I'm not sure if I'll check the forum... THANK YOU in advance for any help/advice
OH btw the reason I can't order it online (besides the ungodly shipping costs) is cuz time is of the essence... I'ma be building it tomorrow hopefully
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