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Old 10-17-2016, 05:32 PM   #1
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Milliput

I've got my Zoas plug milliputted in on my live rock and my nem has decided to move in next to it and is stinging it anyone know how to get the milliput off so I can save my Zoas?
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I'm not really sure what milliput is. Are we talking about putty? The stuff is normally pretty weak and can be broken off. Every time I've used it things have broken off on their own...
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Yes it's putty but I can't snap it off or anything
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You could try pointing a powerhead in the anemone's direction and hope it moves...it is either that or you pry up those zoas. IMO putty is much easier to deal with than a brainless creature...anemone do what anemone do.
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It's finally moved!!
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