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Old 10-09-2006, 02:00 PM   #1
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Coral feeding tools

What kind of tools do you guys use to feed your corals? I can't seem to find anything around. I was using the tiny squeeze tube from my refractometer but that really doesn't work too well.

Where can they be purchased online?
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No much, I just use a turkey baster with a long tube if I want to target feed on occasion.
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Pipettes from beauty salons (used to frost or add highlights) work great. A beauty supply store should have some.
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I use a turkey baster as well.
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Check this out- just what you are looking for
https://www.petsolutions.com/Nautilu...I-C-17-C-.aspx
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SeaSquirt - who da thunk a dat :>)

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Check this out- just what you are looking for
https://www.petsolutions.com/Nautilu...I-C-17-C-.aspx
I have this, it is basically a $20 turkey baster.

Works well for a tall tank I guess.
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Try a needleless syringe. You should be able to get it at a drugstore cheap, and they already have the ml markings on them as well.

Works great for me.

If you are worried about putting your hands and arms into the tank, you can get a pair of reef safe gloves to get your corals on the substrate.
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10cc syringe. Works great.
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