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How do I prevent small opening from being sealed closed?

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It usually works to take long pipe cleaners and use them to keep the openings open while sealing the tank. Once you have drained the excess Tank Sealer out according to the Tank Sealer Directions, you can safely remove the pipe cleaner leaving your openings free and clear.

 

Please let us know if that helps and if you have additional questions.

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It usually works to take long pipe cleaners and use them to keep the openings open while sealing the tank. Once you have drained the excess Tank Sealer out according to the Tank Sealer Directions, you can safely remove the pipe cleaner leaving your openings free and clear.

 

Please let us know if that helps and if you have additional questions.

 

Thanks. That was my first thought, just wanted to make sure beforehand.

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Dear KBS admin,

Do you mean that the tank sealer is so viscous or thick or has such surface tension or some other property that the pipe cleaners block the tank sealer from adhering to the inside of tubing which is sealed by inserting pipe cleansers long ways into the tubing, using as many as it takes to fill the opening on the inside or the tank prior to applying the coating?

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