There is a large metal container in form of a cube made of stainless steel. It is used for storing water in it for technical uses. The problem is that all joints at the bottom of the container have micro cavities and water leaks through them very slowly. I am thinking of a method to close these micro cavities from inside. And the most reasonable method I can think of is to make them cover by a layer of limescale, as any electrical teapot or heater does. The only problem is that this is a big container, and it isn't easy to heat that amount of water, or to boil it.
So does anybody know any other way to cover the bottom or just micro cavities in the joints by limescale without heating during long time? Maybe some use of electrolysis?