Hey everyone. A few years back I was looking into different ways of building a monster plywood tank and seriously considered sealing The plywood with liquid rubber. I did end building a 300 gallon plywood back then but ended up using west systems epoxy. Well the 300 came and went and I ended up building a quite a few acrylic tanks My current tank is a 10 foot 560 gallon all made of 1” acrylic. . But I recently sold the whole set up because I want to get having such a large tank out of my house. Well now the definition of a large tank has changed quite a bit since the time when I first started thinking about building tanks. My new plan is to build A small garage or shed and to put a large tank in it. I’m considering going 12’ x 4’ x 4’ with a 10ft 36” high acrylic window. Now as my user name implies im a cabinet guy And I have access to a pressure sprayer and what I thought about doing is building a big plywood tank that size using at least 2 layers of three-quarter inch plywood braced well with a nice heavy duty bracing on the top and then spraying this thing with liquid rubber. So my question is does anybody have any long-term liquid rubber tanks out there?