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Old 09-01-2003, 12:37 PM   #1
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Salifert Coral Glue

Anyone tried the above? It's some kind of 2 part epoxy. Is it safe?
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Never seen it, but it is likely very cmparable to aquastik or hold fast. Either are decent, take a few minutes to semi cure and 24 hours to fully cure. I prefer superglue gel to the epoxys, but find the epoxy useful for certain corals, like LPS.
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