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10 oz. Bottle BRS Extra Thick Gel Super Glue


1 x BRS Extra Thick Glue 10oz   + $0.00

2 x Food Reef Chili Feeder Cap   + $0.00

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    Why does BRS recommend this?

    The extra thick gel super glue is a great value and is one of the easiest glues to work with.  Employees at BRS choose to use the 20-gram tube for its ease of use and the ability to get every last drop out of the tube.  The extra thick gel super glue is slightly thicker than traditional thick super glues.


    BRS Extra Thick Gel Super Glue is 100% reef safe and perfect for attaching corals to frag mounts or aquascaping with rocks and other materials. Extra thick gel super glues are chosen because they hold their shape and stay put better than regular superglues, which allows them to work well for attaching frags underwater or for holding larger frags like acropora branches better, and it fills gaps where runnier glues would just puddle on the surface. Thinner glues can work well for flat surface to surface bonds such as zoanthid mats, but thick gel superglue has a little more versatility as well as a longer cure time.


    Available in Three Sizes

    • 1 oz bottle
    • 20 g tube
    • 10 oz bottle (includes two dispensing tips)


    Note: Dispensing tips may clog after use, but can be cleaned with acetone to remove excess glue.

    Special Note: During storage, it is common for the glue components to separate, and you may encounter the glue dispensing in a very runny form. This is easily remedied by shaking the bottle or kneeding the tube several times to mix the glue components back together.

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    UPC 850000695016
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    Product Questions

    how long does this glue take to set without the accelerrator
    Question by: Brad Sebren on Apr 17, 2022, 1:39 PM
    Hey there,
    Thank you for reaching out to us. While we have not tested it, we would give it 10 minutes to set and 24 hours to fully cure if not using the accelerator.
    Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on Apr 21, 2022, 9:12 AM