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    Re: Advice on Not Eating and Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Were you using the tape to cover sharp edges on the "hide" after cutting the doorway? If so, all you need to do is slightly melt the plastic. Get a cheap "soldering iron"- which is also what most ppl use to put ventilation holes in the plastic tubs they use for snakes. Like this: "30 watt lightweight soldering iron"
    (always do this- melting plastic- OUTSIDE like on porch or in garage- as the fumes are very toxic- avoid breathing them, okay?)

    Yes I was. I do have a soldering iron Iíll use that


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    Re: Advice on Not Eating and Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    You mean for the outside, as insulation & privacy?
    Yes


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    There's always more than one way to accommodate the needs of our serpents, & we don't mind one bit helping you brainstorm some improvements so your snake thrives. Creativity comes in pretty handy when keeping snakes- I'm prone to wandering hardware ("home improvement") stores for ideas & solutions too- & I have done so for many years. Keeps things interesting.
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