Top Fin Tropical Greenery Aquarium Cling
Almost a perfect size for my 60 gallon aquarium. Just have to cut a little bit of height. Mist the glass and peel stick the background like a wall paper technique. It hides the ugly dangling wires and hoses.
January 17, 2014
Best background I've ever used
So much easier to install than those two-side plastic backgrounds, and the picture is great. It comes with a paper backing with 1" grid lines, makes cutting it to size a snap. Just wet the glass and the background, stick it to the glass starting from the top and squeeze out the bubbles using a credit card. The plastic has a bit of a stretch, making it easier to get it to stick. Took me less than 5 minutes start to finish, and the tank looks great!
July 20, 2013
This sure beats plastic and tape or adhesive! Super easy to apply and remove (easy to change if you get bored with it!). Just what it claims to be, a static cling background.
I would have preferred the shipwreck background, but they don't make those for a 48" long tank, so I went with this when I saw it on sale.
It has a handy grid on the backing to customize to the size needed, just use care when measuring and cutting. Works best if the glass is damp, like most static clings. Might take a little work to get all the air bubbles out, I used a household squeegee.
If at all possible, apply your background before setting up your tank! I didn't have that option, and moving a 55 gallon tank to do it wasn't really an option, either. It took my husband helping me, but we finally got it on. Worth the effort, it looks fabulous! Much better than the bare wall behind the tank with cords trailing! I highly recommend it!
July 5, 2013
Top Fin Aquarium Cling
Nice looking product, but My tank is 48" long the cling Claims to be 48" long but was actually 47" so on one side a little space is showing. Easy to install if nothing is back there interfering, preferable if the tank is empty before installing anything spin the tank around palce cling then reposition back in its home position.
January 16, 2012