Make Your Water Fountain Flow With Silicone. Trick You Will Want to Do

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I have a smaller fountain in my back yard and was told by a salesman the trick to getting the water to flow smoothly. You take clear silicone and put a little dab where the water flows down.
Silicone at each place where the water flows down.
Let harden and then fill with water.
A smooth flow.

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  • Silicone

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  • Vic Vic on Jun 14, 2018

    What type of silicone should I use to plug hole with pump cord at bottom of ceramic pot?

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  • William William on May 18, 2017
    It not the pecking or eating the caulk that is the problem. It's the leaching of the chemicals from the caulk as water flows over it. Bluebirds, finches, and hummingbirds are highly sensitive to chemicals. Butterflies can be affected looking for a drink. Pet shops sell food safe silicone caulk. Mainly for fish tank repair because of the chemicals in regular silicone caulk. Parrots and parakeets are extremely sensitive to chemicals. Even off gassing fumes can harm them.

    • Teri Teri on May 20, 2017
      The silicone I use is for household projects. I know chemicals are bad for our feathered friends, but truly don't believe putting just this small amount is harming them. Were expose everyday to more harmful chemicals in our own homes .

  • Sue Lilly Sue Lilly on May 18, 2017
    So effective thank you

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