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Post by matt_longview on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 1:50 am

Just figured I had done enough with the coral glue to say something about it. If you don'tcare about the glue and just want to hear my amazing story... Skip the next paragraph.

First general thought... it costs the same per oz as super glue at the store in those little packets... so it doesn't need to be amazing... just superglue. The fact that it is the same per oz but comes in a bigger bottle that's easier to use makes it an easy buy. It also dries really quick. Bonus. I'll keep buying it.

Second story. It's holding the trim on my stand. True story. No nails, no screws, no wood glue. Holds really well.

Third story. I cut my hand today pretty legit. My wife spent a solid 10 seconds trying to convince me to go get stiches before she came to her senses and realized it wasn't happening. So you know the rest... Ecotech Coral Glue is now holding together the skin from an inch long gash in my hand.

I really like this stuff! Lol
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Re: Ecotech Coral Glue

Post by ritter678 on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 2:00 am

matt_longview wrote:

I really like this stuff! Lol

Maybe it's good on ribs too?
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Re: Ecotech Coral Glue

Post by Yeti on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 2:02 am

BUT, can you dab a lump on a frag base, and then plunge the frag etc into the tank and it will stick to the LR, without messing up your tank?

As for your hand, since when did you get airs and graces? Whats wrong with 24inches of Duct tape wrapped around your hand, like everyone else does?

I get it!

Softie Keepers do it with Duct Tape.
LPS Keepers do it with a Stapler.
SPS Keepers do it with Coral Glue.
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Re: Ecotech Coral Glue

Post by matt_longview on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 2:09 am

On ribs I'm doubting. Maybe it'll help lock in the juices!!!

It does work putting it on a frag and shoving it into the rock. I just don't prefer it. I'd rather use epoxy for that in the tank, and this to glue frags out of the tank. :-)

Oh... I'd have tried the duct tape but I'm all out. Had to fix the car engine.... Ya know... Priorities.
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Re: Ecotech Coral Glue

Post by scubasteve92 on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 2:36 am

Is there anywhere locally to get it?

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Re: Ecotech Coral Glue

Post by matt_longview on Sun 04 Mar 2012, 9:28 am

I haven't seem Ecotech products anywhere local. Most local fish stores should have it available from their wholesaler though so they may be able to order it in. I ordered it online. :-)
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