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I need to fix my media basket but not sure which acrylic glue is safe for reefs. Anyone know one that is safe?

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Clown79

Thank you so much

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Boggers

any super glue that is Cyanoacrylate is reef safe....never mind, read the post wrong. carry on.

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This guy is extra salty

Weld on 3 and 4 will cure within 24 hrs

reef safe after 72hrs

(If you still smell it, it isn’t cured)

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This guy is extra salty
On 2/4/2019 at 2:59 PM, Clown79 said:

I need to fix my media basket but not sure which acrylic glue is safe for reefs. Anyone know one that is safe?

What did you break?

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Clown79

I didn't break it. Lol.  My media basket let go on one end. I guess just age did it? 

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This guy is extra salty

Probably bad weld job 

because  the glue is a solvent, basically welding the two pieces together 

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On 2/7/2019 at 5:25 PM, This guy is extra salty said:

Probably bad weld job 

because  the glue is a solvent, basically welding the two pieces together 

Ya, it's Innovative Marines media basket. The one side split from the black part.

 

Crazy glue didn't work. Right now being held with an elastic...gotta get glue and fix it cause I don't wanna spend $45 on a new basket.

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This guy is extra salty

Weld-on 3 or 4 will work 

just let it cure for 24-36 hours 

until you don’t smell the solvent anymore 

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50 minutes ago, This guy is extra salty said:

Weld-on 3 or 4 will work 

just let it cure for 24-36 hours 

until you don’t smell the solvent anymore 

I gotta find it here. Online the hardware stores come up with no weld on

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