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Tell her you are not a salable item and have an intense fear of high shelves.

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When I lived in Alberta we use to wrap the tank in fiberglass insulation then stack straw bales around and over the tank,I never saw them freeze so this should work for you as well.

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Plastic and rubber.

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Looks like a cotton ball with whiskers in my salt water fish tank

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