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EcoTech Marine

EcoTech Coral Glue

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75 mL Coral Glue - Ecotech Marine

SKU: 300244

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$31.50

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$31.50
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295 mL Coral Glue - Ecotech Marine

SKU: 300245

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$78.75

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$78.75
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Great gel glue for securing your aquacultured coral frags, or sculpturing your live rock. A superior inter-molecular bonding in a form that is easy to apply, less messy, and long lasting.

  • Securely mount your corals in any position
  • Works under water
  • Sets in 10 seconds, Cures in 5 minutes
  • Triple distilled for purity
  • pH neutral
  • Non-clogging pin-cap

 

Directions

  • Step 1: Turn off in-tank flow
  • Step 2: Apply glue to coral or rock above or under water
  • Step 3: Hold item in desired location until set (about 10 seconds)
  • Step 4: Allow glue to fully cure before turning flow back on (about 5 minutes)
More Information
Product Name EcoTech Coral Glue
SKU brs-echo-tech-coral-gel
Adhesive Type Thick Super Glue
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Product Questions

With the benefits of having "glued rock" in place, as a beginner to the hobby, why would you want to glue to rocks in place together? I have seen things that suggest when introducing new fish, you want to rearrange your rock to help with less aggression to the new fish from the established ones and to help prevent the "protecting my space" that tends to happen with the established fish.

Thanks
Brad
Question by: Brad Ballard on Jan 18, 2016, 10:49 AM
Great question!
The easy answer for gluing rocks is so they do not get knocked over and break or scratch the tank. This happens more often than not when not secured well or when working in your aquarium. Most rocks do not fit together well to make an aesthetically pleasing pile with out balancing or gluing them. Most fish in the reef tank will tend to not be aggressive as this clashes with many of the most common reef safe fish. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Jan 26, 2016, 7:10 PM
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