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Thread: Super Glu Gel

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    Super Glu Gel will cure in water and works on wet surfaces.I glued java moss to the driftwood and put it in tank.

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    at my goldfish surgery last night i heard fish react very badly with superglue. But that was in context of putting it on them after the surgery...

    using it on your wood/moss would probably be okay i would guess but am not sure.

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    I wouldn't risk super glue. If I wanted to stick something to some thing that was going into a tank I would use the same fish safe aquarium silicone gel that is used to seal a tank. Loads safer and your fish are in no danger from unknown chemicals.

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    I agree. The only solvent i use in the tank is DRY silicone. If you want to make decorations, remove them and use that.
    I cant say one way or the other as far as harming the fish, but lets just say if a hair gets in or a little oil is ontop of my water...i go nuts. I'll pass on the super glue...not to mention theres a zillion different types of super glue out there.

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    Last edited by kevvy2k; 02-08-2009 at 07:21 PM.

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