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AquaScape Construction Aquarium Epoxy 4 oz. - Coraline Algae

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AquaScape Construction Aquarium Epoxy 4 oz. - Coraline Algae

A unique new product from Europe which allows you to glue your live rock and coral fragments into place within your aquarium that cures to the color (mauve) of coralline algae making it blend in almost immediately.

This extremely versatile 2 part underwater epoxy will set and adhere to wet aquarium rocks, live sps corals, clam shells and dead coral branches. It will stick to glass, plastic, rock, metal, and rubber pond liners and can be sculptured and set in the same form in which it is molded.

When used properly it is totally inert and can be used safely in conjunction with corals or fish within the aquarium.Also available in slate gray for marine or freshwater aquariums and ponds.

14 Reviews

  • 5
    Can make you very irritable if applying to stacked shelving created from live rock

    Posted by HonestOpinionsOnly on Oct 9th 2018

    I dodnt get the hang of this until I wasted a full tub or tube... I have switched to out of water application and then place in wster to cure. <br><br>After my learning curve, I discovered a few things i was doing wrong;<br>- applying to 2 surfaces/objects underwater didn't work for me... i apply to one surface at LEAST OUT OF WATER<br><br>-WET LIVE ROCK IS SLIMY FROM NATURAL ALGEA IF SURFACE IS SMOOTH, I DRY THE AREA ON LIVE ROCK WI TH H PAPER TOWEL DABBING. MY LIVE ROCK IS FINE OUT OF WATER FOR 5 MIN NO PROBLEM FOR ME SO FAR.<br><br>-WILL STIR UP FU OUR TANK IF APPLICATION IS UNDERWATER<br><br>-I WOULFNT APPLY UNDERWATER WITH LIVE FISH<br><br>-CURING: starts fast underwater, but tskes 48 houes to finish... or longer. Ive seen many corals knocked down by curious hetmitcrabs that were curing. Then u have to DC o it all over... AGAIN<br><br>BEST DONE BEFORE ADDING WATER OR FISH. <br>BEST DRY APPLICATION. EMPTY TANK... BEST TIME TO AD ANYTHING NOT ALIVE AND AQUASCAPE DRY <br>CURE WITH TANK WATER. <br><br>-DONT WAST YOURV TIME WITH PARTIALLY STARTING TO CURE EPOXY. THROW OUT. NOT STIVKY ANYMORE, NO PURPOSE, CUT LOSSES USE A NEW CHUNK.<br>

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Justin on Sep 9th 2018

    Order this product for two uses. Built a new aquarium and used it to hold dry rock together that would later blend in with coralline algae, the second was to secure coral underwater in an existing tank. Worked great in both wet and dry applications.

  • 4

    Posted by SPINNER on Feb 20th 2018


  • 5
    Mega HOLD

    Posted by Drew on Feb 8th 2017

    This epoxy is the real deal. I was able to create over over hangs with rocks weighing 4-5 lbs. Microwave like the instructions say for a easier application. I added small bits of rubble while the it was drying to hide the epoxy as much as possible. Even though it's a purply color it stands out next to coralline.

  • 5
    Great price on a great product

    Posted by Dude on Dec 22nd 2015

    Very happy with price and quality.

  • 5

    Posted by Anthony on May 31st 2015

    Easy to mix 2 parts together warm it up 10 sec in microwave and mix for 5 min bonds great and has a beautiful purple color

  • 5
    Great product.

    Posted by Mark on Dec 20th 2014

    Better then all the ones I have used in the past. Big plus is it doesn't stink like some of the others. Works great.

  • 4
    Not bad

    Posted by aussie_chicago on May 21st 2011

    Was surprised to find 2 separate sticks in 1 box, but once you get the hang of it, it bonds together well. They suggest heating the product in a microwave, I would also highly recommend it also. I put it in for about 10sec to warm it up, much more pliable and easier to mix the 2 parts together. So far everything has stuck, seems to work better than a lot of other epoxy putty.

  • 4
    Works as advertised

    Posted by firemedic on Apr 19th 2011

    Great stuff, works as advertised. Corals don't seemed bothered by it. Tip, read instructions on how to use microwave to accelerate curing. Works much better!!

  • 5
    Its the best you can get

    Posted by MykolG on Apr 8th 2011

    What can I say. It works as advertised. It does exactly what it says it will. Great stuff.

  • 3
    this product is excellent

    Posted by rherrick on Jul 29th 2009

    I used this to secure my coral frags and they stayed put without any difficultly.

  • 5
    Works Great

    Posted by Calvin T on Feb 22nd 2009

    good epoxy, I have used the other brand name (cant remember) but it didn't stick to live rocks. This one does. Don't use too much because you don't need that much of it once its set. Holds very well.

  • 5
    The best epoxy available

    Posted by Marine Mike on Jan 29th 2009

    I have tried several of the available epoxys on the market. This one is definitely the best available. It is sticky when first formed, offers ample working time, and holds the item in place once in the tank. Once cured it holds very well, very tough to remove. Color looks as natural as epoxy can, not far off from coralline algae.

  • 5
    The absolute BEST Epoxy for Aquascape/Corals

    Posted by Compguy on Dec 11th 2008

    PLEASE, everybody listen to me, I have tried all popular epoxies, from Holdfast to Aquastick, both of those did absolutely nothing for me, and one even came with the skin of the stick already hardened, actually ordered two of them and they both were the same. DD has the BEST, comes like it should and holds great. Don't waste your time, purchase this epoxy, you will not be disappointed!