Yeah, now that we're branching out into the slightly salty world of "Estuary", it's time to employ some products that work well in this environment! Coming from a reef keeping background as we do, we've worked in the past with some products that we know are just perfect for our uses!
Since we're talking a lot about securing items like shells to mangrove roots and branches, an excellent glue is what you need. One that's strong, fast-drying, and holds up well in an aquatic environment.
Coral Glue from EcoTech Marine certainly fits that description!
For sure, this is not the cheapest glue you can buy, but we think it just might be the best. It sets a new standard for ease of use, curing time, versatility and durability. This glue is unlike any other adhesive you've used before in the aquarium hobby! It creates superior intermolecular bonding that sets underwater. It doesn't take much to create an incredibly strong, long-lasting bond between various materials. It sets underwater in 10 seconds, cures in just five minutes, and is pH neutral. It's triple-distilled for purity, has a two year shelf life (when you keep it in the refrigerator), and comes in a convenient 30 ml bottle with a non-clogging pin cap.
We're pretty sure that you'll find tons of great uses for this amazing glue!
THIS GLUE IS INTENDED FOR AQUARIUM USE ONLY!
WARNING: CONTAINS CYNOACRYLATE. BONDS TO SKIN AND EYES IN SECONDS. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN. ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN USING THIS PRODUCT!
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