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Fragging zoas off plugs


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Wouldn’t attempt to scrap it off. The tried & tested method is to use a razor blade to make an incision on the mat(do not slice the polyp), then use bone cutter to cut the frag plug at the same datum.

With an iodine dip, they are usually open within a day or two

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Sometimes when u cut e plug, it might not break according to the cut u made on the Zoas “mat” sometimes depending on situation, I also cut e plug then slice the Zoas


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Sometimes when u cut e plug, it might not break according to the cut u made on the Zoas “mat” sometimes depending on situation, I also cut e plug then slice the Zoas


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Good advise.Will try that next time fragging zoa.

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