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Old 02-08-2005, 03:36 PM   #31
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I.V. drip tube.

The wife's a surgical tech and some of the stuff she has comes in handy.

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Old 02-08-2005, 03:49 PM   #32
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My credit card seems to be the most commonly used tool as well. Unfortunately, it is normally used in the more traditional sense!
His credit card is definitely my favorite tool! Amazing the things I can do in my tank with just his card in my hand!

So you poke it through the frag?
We've used the toothpick glued to the rock to mount softies (stuff like Xenia) once the toothpick is glued to the rock I just pushed the Xenia down over the toothpick. In a couple of days the Xenia had grown over the toothpick and mounted itself to the rock.

My other favorite tool would be my 32g garbage cans. We used those extensively during our tank crisis and mix our water in them still when we're prepping to do our water changes (20g). Makes our water changes MUCH easier!


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