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    Ap cages

    Hello all, im in the process of finishing my t8 and i wanted to know if any of you who own an ap cage put in vines or fake plants. If you do how do you keep them attached to the cage? In my tub i have suction cups and it sticks to the tub, but i tried in the ap and they dont stick. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    I've used hot glue before, but it will come off eventually with wear / time.
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    Re: Ap cages

    Thanks. I want to make his cage a display but cant figure out how to hang the fake greenery up. Smh

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    Re: Ap cages

    I stick the hard metal covered piece through one of the vents in the back. Seems to work fine.
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    Re: Ap cages

    Thats a good idea. Thanks im going to try that.

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    Re: Ap cages

    I use Silicone. DAP Clear bath and kitchen. Get a gun because the small squeeze tubes aren't the same material. The kind for the Gun is very very good. My big girl pulls on the leaves and all and I've only had a couple fall off.


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    Sully! It's been a while. Hi.
    You just attach leaves directly onto the bars? They stay on through a good cleaning?

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    Re: Ap cages

    Quote Originally Posted by DLena View Post
    Sully! It's been a while. Hi.
    You just attach leaves directly onto the bars? They stay on through a good cleaning?
    I use F10sc to clean so it doesn't have to be rinsed. Its safe for snakes and rodents. I haven't had them piss on them anyway so no scrubbing. I also drilled holes in pvc pipe and put the stawks of the leaves into the hole and siliconed them. But if you're looking to hang leaves for more of a ddecoration than for having them crawl on then you shouldn't have any problem sticking them to the back wall of an enclosure ect...


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