Have you ever wondered how corals
and other fixed structures don't float around underwater? Surely, buoyancy should be an issue because it makes everything lighter. Stuff should be moving around when exposed to the force of a water current or flow. Well, that is true, which is why the Boston Aqua Farms Colored Reef Epoxy Putty from Pet Store
was invented. This epoxy, just like regular epoxy, acts a very strong glue that puts corals and other structures in place. However, it is different from epoxy because a) it is made of materials that are safe for aquatic living things and b) it is the same color as corals for maximum camouflage. It has a purple shade that perfectly blends with the algae in corals. The effect is very natural, with no unsightly color out of place.
The Boston Aqua Farms Colored Reef Epoxy Putty dries fast and does not discolor after curing. The process of using it is quite easy: get a piece of putty, knead it to get a complete mix, then, spread it between the two surfaces you want to stick together. It is best used for sticking small structures to a surface. The epoxy will provide enough adhesive to keep them weighted down.
Coralline color! Cut, knead, squish, mount, cured in minutes!