Thrive E Frag Glue

$22.09
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Thrive E Frag Glue

$22.09

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Product Summary:

Thrive E Frag Glue

Attach your favorite SPS and colonial corals to coral plugs by using the Thrive E Frag Glue. This glue is used for gluing frags to plugs and sticking the coral in the desired position. Each time you start fragging, you must just open a new tube of Thrive’s Coral Glue Pen for fresh glue. Each tube contains enough supply for 15 or more coral fragments. By using this glue, you can save a lot of money you would otherwise throw away on big bottles of runny glue that expires quickly once you open it. You should start fragging with fresh glue when you’re ready and thus prevent the expiration. This coral glue is thicker than most, and it won’t go bad after your first use. It has a unique pen design, and is easier to use than most glues. It has got incredible viscosity and hence once you glue your frags, they will stick firmly.

Product Features:

  • High quality glue
  • Thicker and viscous glue
  • Glues frags
  • Sufficient for 15 fragments
  • Does not expire easily
Item Specification:
Size:
.8oz

Instructions:
Use only sharp tools. For Stoney Corals, choose bone cutter tools with short cutting ends. Choose stainless steel tools that will not rust over time. Be sure to dry your tools after using them

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