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Tips on Decorating Your Fish Tank! (Freshwater) - YouTube
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I am trying to inquire as to whether I can use NEON NAIL POLISH, (or any colored nail polish) on a set of artificial coral aquarium decorations that I have had for a while to enhance the color of them. According to what I have read already, it says that CLEAR nail polish is safe for a freshwater fishtank use.
Freshwater Fish Aquarium with Artificial Coral Reef Tank Decorations.
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I have created this slide video about Freshwater Fish Tank Decoration Ideas, you can follow and build it from this blog :



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