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    Polyurethene faux stone panels

    Hi there! Long long time for me on the forum. Hope all my old buddies are doing well. =D

    Anybody out there have experience with High Density Polyurethene faux stone panels around and/or in the pond? Not sure if they're fish safe.
    Annaliese

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    Peppy I would contact the manufacturer of the specific ones you are looking at and post the question there are a couple of brands in the market and since the fabrication process could vary from on to another, once you pinpoint what brand you want to go with that would be more of an aid for an answer, have to give you a heads up its been pretty quiet around here. But it was nice to hear from you.
    At some point common sense must prevail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sschult View Post
    Peppy I would contact the manufacturer of the specific ones you are looking at and post the question there are a couple of brands in the market and since the fabrication process could vary from on to another, once you pinpoint what brand you want to go with that would be more of an aid for an answer, have to give you a heads up its been pretty quiet around here. But it was nice to hear from you.
    Thanks, sschult, for the quick reply and very nice to hear from you and that you remember me. =D

    I was hoping somebody had already tried the panels. I'm looking at Superior Building Supply and they're polyurethene.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Superior...-SIB/301441871

    Pretty quiet here? Where is everybody?
    Annaliese

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    For anybody who's interested, here's the reply I got back from fauxpanels.com:

    We do not recommend using our panels around fish as the paint on the panels is not safe for them.
    Annaliese

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    Thank you just think about it’s. Just stop right on time.

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