That is a rough time to be in that area for sure. I have to be in doral for my last service call of the day at 4 so you can imagine the rush hour traffic back down south lolstella1979 said:Wow, you can't catch a break lately! Sorry, bud. Well, if it makes you feel any better... I gotta be in Kendall before 7am tomorrow. And... I should be done with the area by 9am, but that's too early to hit up fish or reptile stores and I'll probably get the worst of the traffic on the way back down south.
I honestly cheaped out since it was half the price. I have heard great stuff of aquastik two little fishies makes good stuff. I Grew up living 5 minutes from there office in Opa locka lolstella1979 said:Eeek! It's been a long time and I've learned my lessons but back in the early days, I got glue everywhere! I'm talking like... gluing xenia and zoa polyps closed and/or together. Got it all over the surface of my war coral and a favia or two, and even on acan polyps. I have GLUED MY FINGER to fleshy stuff and had to tear it off then scrape bits of coral off of my finger. Miss Shakey Hands over here has done it all and... they've all been fine. Plus, you'll never see the mount when the Duncan is happy.
I've never used the Instant Ocean epoxy but some folks here have had bad things to say about it's strength over time. I think someone said it crumbles easily once cured so take care with the siphon and such. Point is, next time you're shopping for epoxy, I can recommend the Aquastik since it's what's I've used all along.