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Old 09-01-2009, 02:14 AM   #11
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Glue???? What is this glue you speak of lol no wonder people get such crazy aquascapes...
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Old 09-01-2009, 02:25 AM   #12
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just aquarium safe silicone. you can get it at petsmart and petco and stufff like that.
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Old 09-01-2009, 02:31 AM   #13
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Oh i have some cool thanks for the heads up
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Old 09-01-2009, 02:35 AM   #14
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nope, not that i am aware of.
so do u suggest I get the rocks out and glue them now?
do i use silicone to glue live rock too OoO?
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Old 09-01-2009, 03:05 AM   #15
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yep, you can use it on live rock.
if you are paranoid about it, like me, then yes, glue them. but you dont even have to take em out of the tank
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yep, you can use it on live rock.
if you are paranoid about it, like me, then yes, glue them. but you dont even have to take em out of the tank
the rocks r in my established tank, so I probably have to take them out to glue them and wait for 2days and put them back...but then the live rocks will be died?!

maybe I should go get some dead rock and glue them XDDD
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If you make sure they don't shake when you touch them and the bottom or base layer is firm you can just spot glue them with superglue gel and you don't have to take any rocks out. That way you won't kill any LR.
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so you can glue them underwater??? Im confused lol
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Start to find the ones that are wobbly and remove them. Clean off the spot where you want to glue, glue them with superglue and pop them back into the water. That way you won't kill off your LR. You only need to do your unstable ones.
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Start to find the ones that are wobbly and remove them. Clean off the spot where you want to glue, glue them with superglue and pop them back into the water. That way you won't kill off your LR. You only need to do your unstable ones.
alrite then, the one I have in now r pretty stable.
will glue the one in the future.
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