anyone heard of red guard as a sealant? I need to fix a leak in concrete in the fish pond

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    texmaster

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    Hi Folks,

    Oiy another leak in my concrete pond. Always in the same place. Normally I treat it with Goop and its good for 2-3 years but if this stuff is safe for the fish and can be permanent I'm all for it!

    Any thoughts?
     
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    Is this leaking due to a crack?
     
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    that would be my guess since I've caulked it up in the past and it lasts a few years.
     
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    Some guys use it too seal the rock board in showers before they tile it around here
    If it's safe for fish I don't know
     
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    Thanks @Lisak1 :)

    My next thought was Xypex Concrete
     
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