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Old 09-26-2009, 12:04 PM   #11
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Jeez Man.. No faith in her Old Man.. If she only knew how much time I spent researching this.. I think I watched EVERY Youtube video on fragging over the last 2 days.
So i'm sure you have heard this in your research, but i would rather you hear it twice then take a chance you have not heard it at all. When you frag zoas you have to make sure you be careful. The have a chemical defense that will really make you a very unhappy camper if you get it in your eyes or mouth.
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Good point. The poison is called "palyotoxin" & there is no known cure. So wash your hands ....better yet "WEAR GLOVES and EYE protection".
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Yeah.. I wore gloves and glasses last night when I did it.

All the frags are open and looking good. There's a guy on the NY forums that recently had a full tank crash and is just getting his tank back up and running. So I will donate 2 of them to his tank. I'm gonna call the LFS next week to see what he'll trade for some other Colors
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That's the way to go. Be safe and have fun.
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Old 10-01-2009, 12:39 PM   #15
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Just an Update.. Made the Magnet Frag Rack... Perfect until I'm ready to upgrade to a Frag Grow Out Tank


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Old 10-01-2009, 12:52 PM   #16
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Super glue????????????

Did I read right and someone is using super glue? I have toadstool leather that has a buddy on it I want to frag off and pass on.
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Old 10-01-2009, 01:07 PM   #17
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Did I read right and someone is using super glue? I have toadstool leather that has a buddy on it I want to frag off and pass on.
Your asking if Superglue is Reef Safe??

If so.. Yes... It is the Fragging glue of choice. Get the GEL version though as it's ALOT easier to work with
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Old 10-01-2009, 01:11 PM   #18
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Marvellous I will get some from LFS tomorrow and try to seperate the toadstool off..................
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even better.. just go to HomeDepot..They should see it too for much less
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Glue does not work well with leathers the best thing i have heard of is to frag the leather and attach it to a rock with a rubber band until it attaches itself or place it in a container in your tank with rubble rock and let it attach it self but then again i never have fraged my toadstool but others have said that let someone else chime in baldyguy
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