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Tailored Aquatics Frag-Epoxy
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1 4032 Sat February 5, 2011
Recommended By Average Price Average Rating
100% of reviewers None indicated 7.0

 

Description:
Tailored Aquatics Frag-Epoxy is a hand-mixable, fast curing, underwater epoxy putty perfect for mounting coral frags to your reef. Frag-Epoxy can be blended in as little as one minute, no tools needed and can be applied under water to stone, concrete, acrylic, fiberglass and more. Frag-epoxy sets in five minutes, hardens in 15 minutes and is rock hard in 12-24 hours. Frag-Epoxy is reef safe and may be used in freshwater systems and ponds as well.

Directions: Attaching coral frags to live rock. 1. With a knife cut off desired amount of Frag Epoxy. 2. Knead into one uniform color with fingers. You now have approx 5 minutes of easy working time before putty sets. 3. Roll into grape size balls (larger if mounting large corals), apply into rock crevice above or below the water and place frag into the workable epoxy now on the rock, molding the putty and surrounding the coral. Holding the frag in place may be needed until epoxy putty stiffens. (approx 2 min.) Epoxy hardens in 15 minutes and fully cures in 12-24 hours.

(info taken directly from the manufacture's website)
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Cliff

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Registered: January 2010
Location: Saskatchewan, Canada
Posts: 17990
Review Date: Sat February 5, 2011 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 7 

 
Positive aspects of the product (pros): Works good
Cons: My skimmer did not like it

 
This stuff will work well attaching frags and corals to rock in your tank while everything remains under water

The only draw back is if you use a lot of it at once (approx 1/3 of the tube or more) the chemicals released into the water while cureing will cause the skimmer to overflow.

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