Seachem Reef Glue - 20g Information
New Formula! 17x Thicker
Reef Glue is a superior cyanoacrylate gel for gluing and mounting coral frags and colonies to reef rock or plugs. It bonds within seconds and has excellent control, hold and durability characteristics. It can even be used underwater. Reef Glue can be used for any aquascaping in freshwater or saltwater aquariums or for any plastics repairs. Reef Glue comes is in an aluminum tube for extended stability life beyond products contained in plastic bottles – it won’t dry up in the tube.
To adhere frags, colonies, or for general aquascaping, first test fit the item to be glued onto the site it is to be adhered. Note the contact points the item has with the site. Retrieve the item and, while not submerged, place a small amount of glue on each site contact point. Quickly fit the item onto the site again. A skin will form over the glue upon contact with water. It is helpful to break this skin slightly while in contact with the site. Hold the item down for about 15 seconds (more in areas of strong flow). Check that the item is secure. Repeat as necessary in order to build up a small amount of glue for a more secure hold.
+ Display More
- Display Less
Seachem Reef Glue
(Posted on 2/26/14)
Comments: It is great and holds items in place after a short time. Be careful not to get it on your hands its hard to get off.
(Posted on 2/24/14)
Comments: First time fragging coral. Worked every time wet or dry. Even glued some Neon Green Polyp to a coral head in the bottom of my tank. Everything I fragged is doing great.
(Posted on 2/8/14)
Comments: This isn't the best glue I've ever used for fragging, but it's a decent glue. I bought some on sale here at MD and have been very happy with it. It's not as expensive as other "reef" glues and it's actually better and cheaper than the super glue gel you get at department stores.