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Old 08-10-2013, 03:26 AM   #1
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Ill show you mine if you show me yours! Drygood...

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Old 08-10-2013, 03:30 AM   #2
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That's quite a pile of dry goods. I bought a whole commercial shelving unit to hold all my dry goods
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Would you mind taking a picture of it? Buying that kind of stuff isn't anywhere as near as fun as getting a new coral, but I still take great pleasure in having a good selection of the stuff that makes our jobs as reefkeepers easier.
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Would you mind taking a picture of it? Buying that kind of stuff isn't anywhere as near as fun as getting a new coral, but I still take great pleasure in having a good selection of the stuff that makes our jobs as reefkeepers easier.
I sure will tomorrow (tank lights are off in the room). I bought it mainly b/c the clutter & I had a 20 gallon tank on the middle shelf.
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Awesome! I know I'm missing some essential stuff. Anyone know of cheap fragging tools? I'm sure you can get some of the stuff in those $60 dollar fragging kits for really cheap, but I'm not sure what they are more commonly sold as.
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Old 08-10-2013, 03:54 AM   #6
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rock rubble (people usually like these better anyway)
scalpel or razor blade or scissors (soft/LPS corals)
bonecutters for sps

glue-little tubes at CVS or other pharmacies work fine as long as they don't contain CA I think it was. I'll have to take a pic of the type I got from a reefer. He said it's cheaper/works better than what aquarium stores sell.

This is a $25 kit from BRS, but I don't think you need to spend that much $ when you can use other tools.

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Where do you buy a bonecutter at? Kinda weary to ask someone at home depot where the "bonecutter" section is lol... I thought reef safe super glue was supposed to be cyanoacrylate (sp?)?
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Haha that would be pretty funny! Ask them while you have some rope and a shovel in your cart. That would really scare them. I got mine from BRS. I still haven't used them
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I forgot to put the pic up so here it is.
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Nice and organized!!!
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