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Epo-Putty to my rescue!


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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Jamie
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    Default Epo-Putty to my rescue!

    Ever have a rock in your tank that's sits precariously about? Just waiting for your nimble little fingers to knock it off it's lovely perch? It looks awesome where it's at with it's tiny colony of blasto and a frag or two of sps. You'd love for it to stay put but have yet to find anything that works fast under water!
    Well thanks to 2FarNorth (JimsReef.com) with his recommendation to give Epo-Putty a try, my little shelf rock with 2 sps, a little colony of blasto and a frag of zoa's is NOW firmly attached and VERY SECURE on it's precarious perch.

    People this Epo-Putty rocks!! Never used a 2 part putty that was so easy to work with, and I've tried several. Whether using it under water or creating that one of a kind aquascape with your new rock. Epo-Putty is the only way to go Find it at our sponsors JimsReef.com for only $8.00+shipping.
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    Fish Dad - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Flushing MI
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    Jim

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    Nice to know thanks for the tip

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