DIY 180 Gallon Tank Stand

Eleven Bravo

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groovylime;2384308; said:
Thanks for all the kind words everyone.

knowdafish and eleven bravo:
The deepest scratches were on the front corners and required a fair amount of rubbing to get them polished out. Use Novus #3 first to polish down the the deepest scratches, then #2 to polish to a shine, then #1 is basically a cleaner to remove any extra polish or film. The whole buffing process took about 4 hours; some by hand, some by motorized car polisher. Don't try it without a car polisher... it will take far too long.
lol. thanks man. i was doing it backwards. i was using number one first and so on. it makes sense now to use number 3, to get out the major surface scratch off first. And i was using elbow grease the whole time. im going pick up a polisher asap.
 

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Very, very impressive work done with the tank and stand. Love the driftwood piece. :woot:
 

wjones1970

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You did an awesome job on your stand and tank. I really like the design of your stand. One of the better ones I've seen.:headbang2
 

piggy67

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a very fine job!!!!i like the little bow front down in the corner idea,i'm building one right now for mine.i hope it turns out as good as yours.....lol
 
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