I filled a spritz bottle with aqaurium water and spritz the leaves. Probably not the best way but it worked.If I were to use aquarium silicon how would I keep the plant wet while the silicon dries?
Haha, its all over the interwebs. Many people use superglue, if you can try using the gel kind as its a lot easier - and less messy- to work with.Where were you 2 months ago lol
I wouldn't use hot glue on a live plant. It's HOT! I'd just tie Anubias with a light fishing line. It will attach itself tightly to porous rock or wood after awhile, then you can remove the line. Otherwise, like Ann Daniel said, you might be picking pieces of glue out for ages. I don't know how difficult it would be to attach a wet plant to a rock with aquarium silicone either. Good luck with it. (just tie it with fishing line...)Hello everyone! I’m setting up a new Betta tank for my white opal Betta. I’m making it a planted tank. I was planning to attach a small Anubias to a stone. I was planning to use glue instead of string. Will E600 or hot glue work? Is it safe for fish, especially Betta fish? How long will it last?