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Post by Biulu on Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:56 pm

Montreal Apisto had indicated that he would like to see the bags in which fish are being packed in the Netherlands. So, here are 2 pictures with one detail where you can see that the corners are round. I think that if your plastic is thick enough you could do it yourself: just make a metal half round mould, heat it and put it some time on the bottom of the bag. The heat will make the plastic melt in the right form and seal.

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These bags only come in one size and are about 56 cm long and 24 wide, so you can imagine that my little fishes almost lost themselves in there! I assume that Tetra provides them for free when you sell their products as it is good promotion for them.

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Post by montrealapisto on Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:57 pm

I just taped the coners myself. thanks for the pic`s


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