- - superglue
|rand98989 ||02-26-2007 08:26 AM |
Can superglue be used in a tank to anchor plastic/silk plants to rocks or would superglue poison the fish?
Not the best choice, use aquarium silicon.
|rand98989 ||02-26-2007 09:11 AM |
before everyone tells me that silicon might be a better choice,,i have a reason for asking,, again, can superglue be used in a tank with fish?
|Picklee ||02-26-2007 09:56 AM |
What's your reason? :)
|rand98989 ||02-26-2007 12:24 PM |
i do not like the look of the gob of silicon so i want to know if superglue is safe since it will be invisible when used
|rand98989 ||02-26-2007 01:10 PM |
ok, lets try again,, is superglue safe in an aquarium?
|Picklee ||02-26-2007 02:53 PM |
|fish_4_all ||02-26-2007 03:03 PM |
I have never used it but I know some that have and have never had a problem with it. The arcsenic released is released at the time of the cure or bonding and very small amounts don't seem to have any residual effects. Make sure to rinse the article veru well to remove and dust or aresnic possibly left over and it could work fine. I have even heard of those that use use it to secure coral and living rock unto the formations they want because the silicone is too bulky and won't cure fast enough.
|rand98989 ||02-26-2007 03:08 PM |
thanks for the answers, i have decided to use it
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