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A short review on aquapharm epoxy


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Okay lah,

jokes aside, Janet is actually a pretty, warm, nice friendly person, I believe alot of reefers would agree with dat... And also definitely much better than alot of shopkeepers that I've seen! :P

same sentiments. . :P

300 Gallon Reef Paradise

6X2.5X2.5 FT Tank : 4x2x2 ft sump : 2x1x2 ft refugim

Skimmer: Deltec AP851

Calcium Reactor:

Lightings: Aqualight T5 Retrofit, 150 watt MH X2

Chiller: Hailea HC-500A model w/ Aquabee 2000

Ozonizer: Hailea HLO-300 Digital ozonizer

Wavemaker: Tunze 6080, Tunze 6060

Return Pumps: Aquabee 5000 x2

Other equipments: Aquabee 2000, Quietone 1200, 5L Co2 Cylinder w/ Dupla regulator

American Marine Wireless Thermometer

Reefing is a dedication, not a competition.

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Okay lah,

jokes aside, Janet is actually a pretty, warm, nice friendly person, I believe alot of reefers would agree with dat... And also definitely much better than alot of shopkeepers that I've seen! :P

agreed with u guys... i can said she pretty and nice! :lol:

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Isnt this thread suppose to be a review on Aquapharm epoxy and why are you guy reviewing on Jan's look instead? I think this is extremely rude and insulting to her. Whether she is pretty or ugly, we really have no right to judge her.

Back to the review on Aquapharm epoxy, the texture and method of using are similar to Deltec's. User friendly, sticks well and most importantly harmless to livestock. Thumb up for this product!

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hey, we're getting VERY :off:

from epoxy, to looks, now even talking about people's stature?! :angry::angry::angry:

let's not stray far from the title:"REVIEW of aquapharm epoxy"

this is not review of shop owner

alittle joke before was ok but getting abit too far.

from here on, lets just stick to inputs about the epoxy and nothing else

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I use Deltec expoxy before and found that it sticks well initially bit tends to sort of dry up in the tank and come off after a few months. Understand from some reefers that you need to clean the area first before applying it so that is sticks better.

Good if u can let us know if this also happens for this epoxy..

:thanks:

recently my hammer started dying off

i tried to pull the whole coral off but the epoxy's hold is very strong and didn't give wae...not one bit

its been about 3mths now so i hope this answers this pt u brought up

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