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steven
11/11/2002 12:43:00 PM
resevoir repair

i got a hairline cut in my resevoir...what can i use to repair this? i was thinking about using the patch kit for a bicycle tire.
Doug
11/11/2002 3:56:00 PM
Re: resevoir repair

I'd say use an epoxy resin, they are the strongest...or meld it back together (this is what we do to things at work-special plastic pretty much ironed onto plastic crack)
steven
11/11/2002 8:12:00 PM
Re: resevoir repair

where can i get some epoxy resin or the other stuff you were talking about
The Green Thumbs
11/11/2002 9:20:00 PM
Re: resevoir repair

You can also use a silicon paste (much like epoxy). Silicon is often used in the construction of most hydro systems. You can usually find the above listed at any hardware store, Home Depot, even Wal-Mart.
steven
11/12/2002 7:44:00 AM
Re: resevoir repair

thx for your help..by the way when i bought this system from you guys i also bought some nutes....i do not see them in your online store so i was wondering if you still sell them?
The Green Thumbs
11/12/2002 8:50:00 AM
Re: resevoir repair

Nutes? I'm not really sure what you mean...
steven
11/12/2002 10:35:00 AM
Re: resevoir repair

nutes = nutrients....i cannot rememeber the names of them...i am not at home right now but i think one was called formula x and the other was some kind of organic acid...they work very well with the hard water we have here in georgia
The Green Thumbs
11/13/2002 9:15:00 AM
Re: resevoir repair

Ah, I understand now. Yes, we do still sell Formula X and Tricarboxylic Acids. It is still fairly new, and is not listed on the site yet. If you would like to order more, you can give us a call and place your order.
steven
11/14/2002 11:44:00 AM
Re: resevoir repair

cool...those 2 things rock..my strawberries and blackberries are loving them.
The Green Thumbs
11/14/2002 12:56:00 PM
Re: resevoir repair

Yes, they do rock. Soon everyone else will know what you do.
 
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