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    Default Glue?

    What are the pros & cons of super glue VS. epoxy?

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    For fragging, super glue gel is the best. The reason two part epoxy isn't good for most fragging is that heat is generated from the mixture of the two compounds that can damage the corals while it is hardening, If you are trying to aquascape or hold rocks together, etc, the two part epoxy would likely be superior to the super glue.

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    + 1 on what John said.

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