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You will need a glass primer first. You can just brush this on the glass an hour before you apply the paint. It dries virtually clear and it allows the paint to stick properly and not peel off later down the track.

The product is called "ESP"...Easy Surface Prep and can be bought from any paint or hardware store.

I used this before i painted my black background...worked very well.

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Why do most people prefer to paint over black contact or blue contact? Are fishes look better with painting background? I heard once that blue background hides imperfections of the tank like floating particles but also show the true color of fishes.

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