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Old 07/05/2007, 06:53 PM
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Torch Coral Glue???

What is the best way to attach loose torch coral to existing live rock? I was thinking a glue, putty, or some sort of expoxy would work...if anyone has any suggestions please advise. Also i don't want anything that may be deemed harmful to the tissue and calcerous outer skeleton. Thanks - Davd
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Old 07/05/2007, 07:49 PM
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loc-tite gel super glue. Works Wonders and it is reef safe.
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Old 07/05/2007, 08:05 PM
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how do i apply it, wet or dry??
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Old 07/06/2007, 01:23 AM
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just place it on the base of the torch coral skeleton and place it where you want it and hold it in place for a min or two...
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Is there any coral adhesive on the market that can be applied while it is wet, directly into the tank??
 

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