Introduction: Fish Tank Dividers
Step 1: Materials
1. Office Depot (Report coverswith sliding bar)or any report covers that have the sliding bars.
2. (Plastic mesh) I got mine at Walmart they come in 6pc. Size are 10.5 in X13.5 In. (a 15 and 10 gallon and smaller tanks works fine with these size)
3.(scissors) to cut mesh and sliding bars.
4.(Ruler) to measure your tank size.
5.( Marker pen ) optional.to know where to cut.
6. (Suction cup) optional
Step 2: Cut
Measure the inside of the tank from one side to the other side of the wall. Then cut the plastic mesh to the size you have measure. Once you have done that put the plastic colorful sliding bars wich it will make it stiff. Optional u can put the sliding bars on both sides only,but I prefer to put all 3 sides, unless u can put rocks on the bottom to hold the plastic mesh.
Step 3: Optional
As you can see I'm using the suction cups to hold the top for security so in any case it falls off the suction cups will hold it and Betta fish won't fight. If you don't want to use the report cover( sliding bars) you can use 4 suction cups to hold each corner, this suction cups must have these hooks that hold the plastic mesh.
Black Plastic mesh works better than the white one for betta fish it makes it harder for them to see eachother, but if you want to just divide Fish then white will work fine.
I did not mention price, the reason for is that you can find these stuff cheaper or free in any place. I assure you that you won't spend more than $10.
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