StoneFix Aquascaping Cement

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1500g StoneFix Aquascaping Cement

SKU: 250473

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6kg StoneFix Aquascaping Cement

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Aquaforest's StoneFix is a highly efficient, quickly bonding cement-based glue perfect for connecting large rock structures while aquascaping. Take full creative control of your aquarium aquascape -- bond live rock or ceramic rock, inside or outside of the aquarium, with this non-toxic compound that is reef-safe and easy-to-use.

  • Hard Bonding
  • Reef Safe
  • Toxin-Free
  • Coral & Fish Friendly


Directions for Use:

  • Use 50ml (3tbs) of water for every 100g (1/2 cup) of Stone Fix
  • Add small amounts of Stone Fix powder to water while constantly mixing; continue mixing until consistency is homogenous
  • Use immediately to link pieces and allow 15 minutes for bonding to set


Stone Fix is recommended to be used outside the tank. In case of necessity of using underwater, all circulatory and shunt pumps should be switched off. After linking individual pieces leave for bonding for 15 minutes. Temporary haziness of the water is not harmful. Because of possible pH level raise, in tanks with livestock we recommend not to glue more than 2-3 pieces a day.


Available Sizes:

StoneFix 1500g

StoneFix 6kg

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Product Questions

This might be a dumb question . Thinking of starting a cichlid tank.
First time for freshwater in a long time . Will this work for fresh as well ? Thanks
Question by: Rodney Hantz on Jan 31, 2023, 10:47 PM
Thanks for the question! This is pretty much good for any rock.
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Feb 16, 2023, 2:17 PM
I have used emarco cement in the past of which would you all recommend emarco or stonefix??
Question by: Cary Wagner on Mar 20, 2022, 10:37 PM
Hey Cary, thanks for reaching out! I personally have only used the emarco mortar and have loved it. That said, stonefix only requires water, compared to a solidifying polymer so it might be more useful
Answer by: James Johnson (BRS Staff) on Mar 23, 2022, 5:43 PM