D-D The Aquarium Solution Ltd

Aquascape Epoxy (Rock Grey Color) - D-D The Aquarium Solution

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Underwater bonding putty with a natural coralline algae color

  • Two-part epoxy putty
  • Specifically designed for underwater applications
  • Suitable for freshwter and saltwater
  • Ideal for bonding rocks for aquascapes, preparing coral frags, or cementing clam bases
  • Also suitable for pipework, repairs, and bonding items to aquarium glass
  • Grey color to better match freshwater rockscapes and ponds



D-D Aquascape Epoxy is a two-part putty designed for use in both freshwater and saltwater systems. It's ideal for bonding live rocks to create or solidify aquarium aquascapes, prepping and positioning coral frags, creating clam bases, or even reparing aquarium equipment or pipework and bonding items to aquarium glass. The Rock Grey color is particularly useful for repairing rockscapes and liners in ponds. This putty has been developed to be stickier than competitor epoxies so that it can bond easier to wet substrates, making aquarium repairs a breeze. 


Once fully cured, D-D Aquascape Epoxy can be machined, drilled, tapped, turned, filed, sawn, sandpapered and painted (if desired). It is heat resistant up to 130 degrees Celsius. Aquascape will bond to any of the following materials: wood, brick, cement, metals, concrete, rock, plastic, glass; making it an excellent general adhesive. Please note that it is not designed to be used as a thin layer bonding agent where a conventional glue is indicated. The epoxy will become semi-hard within 3-4 hours and fully cures hard as rock overnight. It is necessary to support heavy rocks, corals and overhangs until the putty sets. 


During use, take care not to overmanipulate underwater. If the aquarium water starts to become cloudy, stop using immediately and allow the water to clear.





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UPC 5060078020015
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Product Questions

How many oz is this?
Question by: Bryan Lewis on Feb 1, 2023, 5:51 PM
Thanks for the question! These are roughly 4oz
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 16, 2023, 3:31 PM