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  1. MnGuy

    Mistking reservoir question

    Darn. Thanks for the answer! I couldn’t find the answer online.
  2. MnGuy

    Mistking reservoir question

    My Mistking starter kit just arrived today. Can I just put the intake tube into the top of a reservoir and weigh it down at the bottom? Or, do I really have to drill a hole and use the bulkhead? Thanks.
  3. MnGuy

    Home Depot Bamboo safe?

    I ended up creating a frame out of Home Depot bamboo, tying it together with a rubber-coated metal twine, and then using a Dollar Store willow wreath as vines. Carefully unraveled the wreath, boiled it in a big pot, taking out the wood and turning it around halfway through since it’s too big to...
  4. MnGuy

    Need help we’re to buy a t5ho light fixture

    I bought a reptisun fixture and it blew out the first time I turned it on. I know it’s one incident and I wouldn’t shy away from the brand because of it, but I ended up using an old Zilla fixture with a REPTIsun bulb. (I had already broken out the plastic shield in the Zilla fixture.) The...
  5. MnGuy

    Home Depot Bamboo safe?

    How did you attach the pieces? String, glue, notched joinery, etc?
  6. MnGuy

    Home Depot Bamboo safe?

    Thanks for the advice. The dowels available at hobby/home improvement stores? That’s a good alternative. Thanks!
  7. MnGuy

    Home Depot Bamboo safe?

    Thanks for all of the input, everyone. I use safe branches from my trees, too, but I like the idea of using some bamboo to build a strong frame for attaching branches, vines and plants. I like the rigidity and uniform width and size of the bamboo.
  8. MnGuy

    Home Depot Bamboo safe?

    Hi Everyone, Are the long, dried bamboo poles that they sell at Home Depot safe to use in chameleon enclosures? These are the relatively thin poles (6 feet tall?) that they sell in the outdoor garden section next to plastic poles that you'd use as a stake for plants, climbing vines, etc. I...
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