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    Datnoid Sizzlahr's Avatar
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    will scrathes dissappear in an acrylic tank after is has been filled with water.

    an acyrlic tank that has a few medium to light scrathes. will it clear up when filled with water?





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    Probably not. It needs to be buffed.


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    Not really, although they'll be reduced a bit. TBH, I don't mind a few scratches. For me, it gives the tank some character.


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    There's a chance that you'll notice them because you know they're there but your friends won't.



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    Mine has scratches and I notice them when standing close but if I am a couple feet back they are not visible. Even then they are they don't really detract from the fish imho, you can buff them out if you wanted to before filling.
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    No scratched will be still there just that u might not see it so obviously.



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