I don't think this is such a good idea!Krylon Fusion is what all the reefkeepers use. I have used it to paint the back of one aquarium and it came out quite nicely. I plan on painting the back of what will become my first planted tank in a few weeks.
That is the standard canned response I have gotten from several companies that we use their products in aquariums on a regular basis. When company doesn't test it's product in a certain enviroment they do not want to tell you it is okay for fear of a Lawsuit.. I have used it for over 2 years and I know reefers used it long before that.Their response:
Thank you for your inquiry with the Krylon website. We appreciate you taking the time to contact us.
We have no products in the Krylon line that are for immersion. and definitely nothing that we can recommend for the inside (or outside, for that matter) of an aquarium. Off the top of my head, I can't say I know of a product that I can suggest for this purpose, even outside of our line. You might see if a local store that sells aquarium supplies has some leads for you.
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Does that mean you've do the testing and are accepting responsibility for any losses?When company doesn't test it's product in a certain enviroment they do not want to tell you it is okay for fear of a Lawsuit.. I have used it for over 2 years and I know reefers used it long before that.