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Two Little Fishies CorAffix Gel 0.70oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

Two Little Fishies CorAffix Gel 0.70oz Cyanoacrylate Adhesive

$9.04 


Item #: TL1633


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CorAffix™ Gel

CorAffix Gel is an ethyl cyanoacrylate bonding compound with a thick gel consistency. It is very easy to use for attaching frags of stony corals, zoanthids, and some soft corals to plugs or bases. Available in a 20 gram tube with easy to use, re-sealing tip.

20g (0.7oz)

Manufacturer information

Two Little Fishies
Two Little Fishies, Inc. was founded in 1991 to promote the reef aquarium hobby with its introductory video and books about reef aquariums. The company now publishes and distributes the most popular reef aquarium reference books and identification guides in English, German French and Italian, under the d.b.a. Ricordea Publishing.

4 Stars


ro

Reviewed on
March 27, 2019

Yes, I would recommend this.

Great for underwater

Great glue specially underwater

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stefani pellinen

Reviewed on
June 06, 2011

Yes, I would recommend this.

Even I can use it!

I'm really bad at gluing things down underwater -- especially by the measure of what my pacific turbo can't bulldoze. But this stuff is awesome. I made an impression out of reef epoxy and then used some of this gel to glue a frag into the impression after the epoxy had cured. Totally turbo snail proof (so far). The biggest thing is that (even though you're probably not supposed to) you can fill the applicator tip with gel and then submerge the whole tube and apply the gel under water -- this is much less stressful for my polyps and hasn't damaged the bottle yet. Since it's a gel, it's easy to avoid sucking up salt water and ruining the applicator.

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andrew

Reviewed on
February 22, 2011

Yes, I would recommend this.

Ca is a plus.

Great usability. Just get some for around the tank. I broke off a tip of my Birds Nest and was able to make it into a frag in a quick minute. Not trying to sell it here for them it is just so much better than watching the frag bit die in the sand.

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jeffrey talbot

Reviewed on
December 13, 2010

Yes, I would recommend this.

Coraffix gel

For the price, I'm not sure that this is worth it. The exact ingredients are in a glue that is found in the plumbing department of Home Depot, and that only costs 2 bucks. Glue is thick, that's a plus, but also goes quickly

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peefthereef

Reviewed on
September 07, 2009

No, I would not recommend this.

Failure

So I received a bottle of TLF CorAffix with my fraggin kit. I feel this adhesive is near useless. Once a frag is glued ALL exposed adhesive will grow algae all over it. The Adhesive also will bubble up easily when put into water and will require trimming. After about 2 weeks in NaH20 the adhesive weakens immensly and will break with the slightest touch and drop your frags... Good thing is it is easy to use as its thick but not TOO thick.

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flomojo

Reviewed on
May 14, 2009

Yes, I would recommend this.

THICK gel, ideal 4 frag plugs

Superior above water. No runny mess, multiple attemps or subsequent reinforcing. Can also work adhering frags to underwater rockscape. But, you have to apply a hefty glob to the frag above water, carefully dip the base to skin it over, proceed to attach underwater and hold in place til set (10 sec). The only drawback to this thick of a gel is heavier clogging upon subsequent storage. Highly recommended.

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kelly cooper

Reviewed on
April 22, 2009

Yes, I would recommend this.

good product

this product is excellent for those nagging frags that keep getting knocked off by crabs, snails and fish. I have not had one frag move from where i placed it, once you figure out the water activates the glue it works very well

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louis blaum

Reviewed on
April 18, 2009

No, I would not recommend this.

CorAffix

Not easy to use underwater for already established rocks and coral fixation that you can't remove from the tank. If any water gets inside the dispenser, the entire thing hardens and cannot be used again.

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edward chisholm

Reviewed on
February 22, 2009

Yes, I would recommend this.

adhesives

Grate product for sticking things together. Works like super glue. Nicer then epoxy.

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chris werther

Reviewed on
December 07, 2008

Yes, I would recommend this.

Gel?

Well, it is superglue. It is a little thicker than the normal type, but not nearly as thick as some i've tried. It does work, but it is a little runnier than i would have liked. Worked well for gluing down mat type corals, a little more difficult for SPS. Perhaps i was trying to use too much at once.

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