DIY Aquarium Caves,Fish Caves, Pleco Caves, Dwarf Cichlid Caves. Homemade and Easy.

DIY Aquarium Caves,Fish Caves, Pleco Caves, Dwarf Cichlid Caves. Homemade and Easy.


59 thoughts on “DIY Aquarium Caves,Fish Caves, Pleco Caves, Dwarf Cichlid Caves. Homemade and Easy.

  1. get a hole saw for for tiles you trippa. if you use one without a mandrill (the drill in the middle) start your hole with one edge of the circular bit contacting the pot, at a 45 degree angle. once it starts to grab straighten up your drill and cut through for a circle done. stops the jumping around he was on about.

  2. Great video, thanks for the explanation about the Super Glue. Please make sure you are warning children against holding a pot with their fingers on the opposite side of the drill, sounds like an emergency room visit, otherwise, thanks!

  3. you pulling that off with a whole saw meant for wood? Or were those masonry bits that are meant for wet drilling

  4. Any reason why you don't drill in the water? Instead of putting in the water and taking it out again repeatedly.

  5. i made 3 today with different size pots and holes came out great. had one mishap but thanks a lot for the vid. one thing I did was take a piece of sandpaper folded it stuck it in the hole and when around for a minute and came out as smooth as a baby's bottom.

  6. not the best option to be drilling into a bucket of water, much easier to have a spray bottle and do it away from the water 🙂

  7. I have a HUGE question! It's not assorted with caves or anything but I was wondering if you knew if betta fish can handle 1 gallon tanks.

  8. I very much appreciate your videos! I bought a terra cotta pot that I want to drill a hole through, just yesterday so this is a handy video to find!

  9. Awesome video. Was wonder if the super glue damages the plant or does it have to be a "special" kind of plant?

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  11. I use the vases and oil warmers with the little hole inside for the votive from the dollar store. My fish love them and they are stoneware. (and cheap) You can even stack them and glue them together for towers. My gouramies and bettas really like those.

  12. Recommend drilling a small pilot to start before using the hole cutter. If the drill bit is sliding everywhere. Use tape in a cross of 2 strips. This will stop the bit sliding. Would recommend slow progress will get the job done without cracking the pot.

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