I hope it’s fine. I used the GE ll alreadyGE2 Is not really recommended most the of the time, due to the mold inhibitors, are dangerous chemicals.
However we live in an age where people swear by PVC for making cages even though its poison, so it likely will be okay.
I have seen people use GEII on reptile Vivs, and seemingly had no issues. It will kill a fish tank in a couple of weeks, it is poison the question is if the animal will be exposed enough, if its not soaking on it allowing it to leach its probably maybe sort of fine? If you haven't bought yet, get 1 though.
I'm really not sure.Thank you. I saw a lot of GEll and thought it was fine. I will definitely monitor my Cham ones it’s used. Any concerns I should look for?
Do you think if I create a bio active enclosure it’ll be effected fromI'm really not sure.
Maybe drozziness and a lack of appetite. I really don't know what chemical causes the issue, or what issue it causes or how that effect would play off in reptiles.
The fish guys, claim the fish just die. However I don't think fish really show symptoms of much things, they just kind of die lol.
Their exposure rate, is much higher than your Chams will be. Also in a different manner. So again it may not cause any issues, I would have to see if I can find someone having I'll effects of GE II on Herps, to let you know more.
I used the vinegar smelling "aquarium type" clear silicone. The kind that's been around for decades.What did you use?
I actually used today the GEl silicone 100% silicone and it was terrible smell. I had to put fan on and all. So I’m glad I didn’t use it for my background. Because GEll is 100% silicone and had no order.
No such thing as 100% silicon in reality. And some of the GEII has mold inhibitors that can kill fish. Nor does GEII have the vinegar smell, it has ammonia smell as it uses different curing agent.Once its cured, its food safe, fish, chams, etc. It doesnt matter which 100% silicone you get from the hardware store, GE I, GE II, Bills fantastic silicone, White or clear.
True. I really only classify them into the two types of curing agents, but yea you can sub divide the vinigar/ammonia etc, just like you can sub decide the alcohol stuff.No such thing as 100% silicon in reality. And some of the GEII has mold inhibitors that can kill fish. Nor does GEII have the vinegar smell, it has ammonia smell as it uses different curing agent.
Just forum posters stating it did, could be legend, could be the specific type of GE II used, they do differ chemically.True. I really only classify them into the two types of curing agents, but yea you can sub divide the vinigar/ammonia etc, just like you can sub decide the alcohol stuff.
Do you have any info on GE II +biocide killing fish? I thought that was still a internet legend, and the real reason is they dont let it cure, and it releases the ammonia you describe. GE I and II are not meant for aquariums/potable water, but i think thats just GE covering their butts.