Frag Glue

Discussion in 'Resources' started by REEFCARTEL, Feb 5, 2016.

  1. REEFCARTEL

    REEFCARTEL Guest

    Where do you guys buy Frag Glue? The Stuff they sell on the usual reef sites are very small and I need ALOT for joog price. Thanks
     
  2. Baykes

    Baykes Webmaster

    This is the one that I use.Got it when the club was selling it at the regional frag swap, it was just $5 which is cheaper then retail. It is my understanding that the club sells it at all the meets.
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  3. REEFCARTEL

    REEFCARTEL Guest

    Oh okay cool
     
  4. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Come to the Scott fellman event feb 20
     
  5. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Yeah we always have icy gel glue for 5$ At our events.

    Neptune Aquatics, california reef co, and aquatic collection also have glue.
     
  6. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    That's what I bought from Neptune. Since I have no experience with anything else, what makes this kind so good? How does it differ from an epoxy instead of glue?
     
  7. Enderturtle

    Enderturtle Volunteer

    Super glue is more versatile.

    I use epoxy for attaching rock structures.

    Superglue I use to attach frags to rock. And glueing frags to frag plugs.
     
  8. REEFCARTEL

    REEFCARTEL Guest

    SuperGlue? Would that work under water and marine safe?
     
  9. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

    Yes. What makes the IC-Gel work is that it is a gel. Regular superglue or cyanoacrylate is too watery and dries too fast. Superglue is used to glue shut human wounds sometimes. Only downside is sometimes, the skimmer goes wonky when you use too much.
     
  10. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    My emerald crab was eating it one time before it hardened. He's still alive and well.
     

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