your tank looks so good. Once those SPS corals grow out a bit more this tank will look perfect
Razor blade doesnt really take that long. Your front glass would take like 30 seconds.
Thanks Seamonster! The tank is coming along, I have to do very little maintenance to maintain it. Yes I think the corals will give a way nicer look when they grow going up closer to the water level. I bought those as really small frags because I didn't have experience with sps's and didn't want to spend on big pieces at first. I came to realize they are very easy. Well they grew and are starting to look nicer. I plan on moving and most likely will take that rock formation apart when moving the tank to my new apt. I plan on having a way nicer set up, with two thin tall coral towers on each side of the cube, a smaller one in the middle front of the tank(resembling "pillars" with acros and other colorful frags shooting from them all over the tank. I also want to have the bottom of the tank covered with GSP, as I find that "grassy" look amazing, similar to FW planted tanks. I know they can take over the tank, I have a couple of pieces covering some part of my tank, but I find it easy to control their growth(alk paste being rubbed on where you want it to stop). I'm excited to start the new project, and am already looking to build the rocky formations with epoxy and superglue gel. When I see a nice long thin piece of live rock, I buy it and think about ways to assemble it for that look I want. I will try the razor blade today, hopefully it will work. I will look for glass cleaners with blades as well. I just don't like to stick my hand in my tank unless necessary.