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Sugerbea444

Bearded Dragon Egg
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Hello, how is everyone today
I am new to the site.
I have a 1 year old citrus leather back bearded dragon, his name is Monster Mash, and before him I had his brother who was disabled and stunted due to an infection in the egg sack, he would have been 3 years old, but passed away at a year and a half. He was my first bearded dragon, and the reason for my love for bearded dragons. I am in the process of building a new enclosure for Monster Mash, I am using plywood, and am trying to get some advice on what type of waterproof sealant that is safe to use on the inside of the enclosure.
 

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Sadie

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Hello, how is everyone today
I am new to the site.
I have a 1 year old citrus leather back bearded dragon, his name is Monster Mash, and before him I had his brother who was disabled and stunted due to an infection in the egg sack, he would have been 3 years old, but passed away at a year and a half. He was my first bearded dragon, and the reason for my love for bearded dragons. I am in the process of building a new enclosure for Monster Mash, I am using plywood, and am trying to get some advice on what type of waterproof sealant that is safe to use on the inside of the enclosure.
I can get you some help on this --
 

Sadie

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I can get you some help on this --
I heard back heres the response
I would just seal it with a few coats of polyurethane. Be sure to let it completely dry and offgas (usually a few days after the last coat) before using it.
Latex paint would work too if they want some color rather than a plain wood finish.
 

Sugerbea444

Bearded Dragon Egg
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I heard back heres the response
I would just seal it with a few coats of polyurethane. Be sure to let it completely dry and offgas (usually a few days after the last coat) before using it.
Latex paint would work too if they want some color rather than a plain wood finish.
Ok thank you
 
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