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Old 12-08-2012, 12:53 AM   #11
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I always use kitchen twine tied just tight enough to keep my frags on the rock. It doesn't cut through them like floss or rubber bands. It is easy to remove when they attach themselves.
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I always use kitchen twine tied just tight enough to keep my frags on the rock. It doesn't cut through them like floss or rubber bands. It is easy to remove when they attach themselves.
Thanks for the advice, I hope i'm not cutting though it, pretty sure i'm not. It's doing a lot better now, looking like it may be starting to attach now, hopefully haha

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