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Old 04-25-2012, 01:14 PM   #11
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I woke up to one frag in the sandbed -_____-
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Old 04-25-2012, 01:15 PM   #12
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I woke up to one frag in the sandbed -_____-
Astreas can do it as well- just not as often that I've noticed. It's time to buy coral affix. The stuff works great. In fact- better than any other glue or clay that i have used. Secure your drags once you find their happy spot!
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Is that epoxy?
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Yep. Here's a link...

http://www.thereefshop.com.au/index....oducts_id=1793
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Old 04-25-2012, 03:54 PM   #15
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You can get it cheaper by just getting super glue gel at Home Depot. Coral-Affix is more because it has a picture of a coral on the bottle.
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Lol
Will any super glue gel be good?
I dont wanna kill my reef inhabitants
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Yep any will do, just make sure its gel. I've used a couple different brand and they all worked great. Just put a big glob on and hurry and stick it in place. You may have to kinda twist or rub it into the rock to break the thin outer layer of glue that cures when it hits the water. Then hold it on for a second and your good!
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What is better
Epoxy or Gel glue?
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Epoxy or Gel glue?
I believe it's personal preference IMO. I've use both and live the epoxy a lot better. I can roll it into a ball and just press down where ever I want to place it. Just harder to get off. It's like cement. Wasn't impressed with the coral glues or other type of gel glues. That's just me...
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Can't say, I've always used gel super glue. I'd imagine epoxy would work good though because its pretty thick and dries rock hard
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