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Re: Glue Lava Rock?

PostPosted:05 Mar 2019 07:58
by zlatan2601
That looks really nice!!

Re: Glue Lava Rock?

PostPosted:05 Mar 2019 09:46
by Algae In Space
Great stuff. Many hiding caverns :grin3: to go full lava could look nice.

Re: Glue Lava Rock?

PostPosted:05 Mar 2019 23:55
by Vorteil
I have black crushed coral as well. Not sure which one I'll use. I want to do the same thing on a 10 gallon. I figure if I get a tank I can slowly glue the rocks down over time. No rush. I just don't have the room right now. I need to get rid of a refrigerator in the garage & then add a strong rack to place all the tanks on it. I'll add the sand and light by this weekend and post some pics.

Re: Glue Lava Rock?

PostPosted:07 Mar 2019 15:52
by opae ula related
Vorteil wrote:I have black crushed coral as well. Not sure which one I'll use. I want to do the same thing on a 10 gallon. I figure if I get a tank I can slowly glue the rocks down over time. No rush. I just don't have the room right now. I need to get rid of a refrigerator in the garage & then add a strong rack to place all the tanks on it. I'll add the sand and light by this weekend and post some pics.
Cant wait to see

Re: Glue Lava Rock?

PostPosted:09 Mar 2019 18:37
by odin
Vorteil wrote:I started messing around with a half gallon cube, Decided to glue lava rocks to the back wall. Not sure if I want white crushed coral as a substrate or a black one. I plan to spray paint the back outside wall gloss black. I figured if I don't like it I can easily take it apart. I figure the algae and biofilm can grow on the rocks.
I plan to fill it with water and leave it outside for awhile, maybe a month or so.

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Oh wow the shrimp are going to really love that... great job. :cool: