Tunze Coral Gum – 112 g (4 oz.)



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Epoxy resin based adhesive for safe attachment of coral offshoots on stone substrates. Dyed red, similar to calcareous algae, suitable especially for coral reef aquariums. It is also suitable for attaching glass, ceramic, wood and many plastics. Contents: 112 g (4 oz.) Instructions for use
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Tunze coral gum has been providing coral glue to specifically promote the growth of stony corals. Our product line includes epoxy-based adhesives, and a two-component adhesive for a quick adhesion. The coral glues do not emit any pollutants into the aquarium water and avoid an over-foaming of the skimmer. Tunze Coral Gum is a type of aquarium supplement designed for use in saltwater aquariums to support the health and growth of coral. The product is formulated to provide a balanced blend of trace elements, vitamins, and other nutrients essential for coral health, and is designed to dissolve slowly in water to provide a long-term release of these essential nutrients. Tunze Coral Gum is suitable for use in both reef and non-reef aquariums, and is designed to be used in conjunction with a balanced diet of other aquarium supplements. The product is typically applied directly to the surface of the coral, and can be used to help corals recover from stress, to support growth and coloration, and to enhance the overall health of the coral population in the aquarium. Tunze Coral Gum -care for your aquarium
0.287 lbs
2.52 × 1.339 × 6.457 in


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