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Re: leaking pond- definitely a crack

> Well since the pond is draining itself, that won't be
> a problem.  Fortunately the crack is only about 5
> inches down into the water (which is of course
> gradually draining away). Is the exopy OK for
> fish/plants?  And do you know how long it takes to
> cure before it can be refilled?

Well, epoxy generally isn't good to ingest.  :)  When it's still soft
you should wear gloves and avoid breathing it, but once it hardens 
(usually about 24 hours) the leaching rate would probably be very slow.
But no, it's not non-toxic.

However, the Water Weld stuff (that sets in 20 minutes) *is* non-toxic
and is easier to work with -- it's just a putty that you roll in your fingers,
then push into the crack.


It's more expensive, though.


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