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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 3:49 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  read  user  experience  of  cyanocrylate  being  successfully  be  used  to  repair  broken  snail  shells  on  live  snails  (as  long  as  the  glue  doesn't  touch  live  tissue).  So  it  should  be  safe  for  sticking  moss  onto  stuff.
 
 Reference:  http://www.applesnail.net/content/faq.php#13
 
 superglue  is  just  the  marketing  brand  name  of  the  same  chemical  -  cyanocrylate.  So  if  feviquick  has  the  same  active  ingredient  then  it'll  do  as  well.
 on  a  side  thought,  I  wonder  water  are  chances  of  the  cyanocrylate  compound  molecules  slowly  breaking  up  in  the  water  and  join  with  a  few  stray  pottasium  mineral  atoms  to  form  pottasium  cyanide.  very  little  I  guess  Chuckle                

 
 Are  you  sure  it  will  produce  KCN...  Surprised   Surprised   Surprised  
 Omkar  his  process  is  acceptable...and  good...Tonight  will  try  one  of  this...                

 
 You  wont  get  KCN  packed  in  5.Rs  tubes  ROFL   ROFL  .  all  you  get  is  polymers  of  acrylic,  no  'K'  in  feviquick.  even  if  you  try,  its  not  possible  to  make  KCN  with  feviqik.  Try  referring  acrylic  tank  making  in  youtube  for  your  satisfaction.  Make  sure  the  surface  is  dry  or  else  the  polymerization  occurs  before  entering  deep  into  the  micro  surfaces  of  the  stone.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:06 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

                                                   
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I  read  user  experience  of  cyanocrylate  being  successfully  be  used  to  repair  broken  snail  shells  on  live  snails  (as  long  as  the  glue  doesn't  touch  live  tissue).  So  it  should  be  safe  for  sticking  moss  onto  stuff.
 
 Reference:  http://www.applesnail.net/content/faq.php#13
 
 superglue  is  just  the  marketing  brand  name  of  the  same  chemical  -  cyanocrylate.  So  if  feviquick  has  the  same  active  ingredient  then  it'll  do  as  well.
 on  a  side  thought,  I  wonder  water  are  chances  of  the  cyanocrylate  compound  molecules  slowly  breaking  up  in  the  water  and  join  with  a  few  stray  pottasium  mineral  atoms  to  form  pottasium  cyanide.  very  little  I  guess  Chuckle                

 
 Are  you  sure  it  will  produce  KCN...  Surprised   Surprised   Surprised  
 Omkar  his  process  is  acceptable...and  good...Tonight  will  try  one  of  this...                

 
 Make  sure  the  surface  is  dry  or  else  the  polymerization  occurs  before  entering  deep  into  the  micro  surfaces  of  the  stone.                

 
 Sure  will  dry  it  before  put  the  glue...
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 do  this  for  flexibility  Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:14 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 As  per  my  experience  &  Knowledge  fevi  quick  will  burn  the  thread  &  also  it  is  somewat  toxic  as  far  as  humans  are  concern  cant  say  for  fishes  though.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:29 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

                                                   
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 do  this  for  flexibility  Smile                

 
 I  think  I  have  to  do  this  one...because  moss  will  be  attached  at  the  edges  of  the  rocks...will  not  attach  with  another  small  rocks  but  will  the  adjacent  glass...
 
 Abhi...you  might  be  right  let  me  check,  but  a  small  quantity  will  be  toxic  for  fishes????  But  will  sure  give  a  try  with  thread,  will  find  whether  it  burns  or  not!!!  Thanks  for  the  info....
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:44 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 Quantity  whether  small  or  big  is  injurious.  will  not  advice  to  use  it.  Try  white  m  seal  in  place  of  it.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:54 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

                                                   
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Quantity  whether  small  or  big  is  injurious.  will  not  advice  to  use  it.  Try  white  m  seal  in  place  of  it.                

 
 can  we  really  attach  moss  with  Mseal???
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:19 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 go  for  reef  underwater  glue  gel.......  iv  been  using  it  in  my  planted  tanks  since  ages.  pm  me  if  you  want.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:23 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 Fevikwik  will  work,  use  a  little  of  it,  place  the  moss  on  it  and  wet  the  rock  rock  slightly..  Leave  out  of  water  for  5  mins  and  then  place  it  in  the  tank...
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 Not  for  moss  but  yeah  you  can  definitely  paste  the  thread  with  the  help  of  mseal.  i  have  done  it  in  my  past  when  i  used  to  keep  plants  &  more  interestingly  it  is  non  toxic.
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 glue  is  bad,  if  u  tie  them  down  its  better,  they  will  cover  the  strings  in   no  time
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:02 pm Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 @partha
 
 buddy,  i  found  this  superglue  in  the  big  delhi  sationary  shop.  it  was  made  in  america,  but  i  didnt  read  what  chemical  they  are  made  of.  i  think  since  these  brand  names  are  registered,  there  cannot  be  different  kinds  of  Superglue.  why  dont  u  go  to  a  big  shop  in  hyderabad  and  ask  them  if  it  is  there  as  well?
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 if  you  have  old  nokia  charger  /any  earphones  /  bsnl  2wire  telephone  cable.  you  will  find  almost  invisible  synthetic  strands  inside
 red/green/blue  ones  are  copper,  white  ones  are  some  polymer  material
 
 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:38 am Post subject: Re: Glue for moss!!! Reply with quote

 1)  Feviquick
 2)  Cyanoacrylate  Glue
 3)  Mseal  (Feviquick  is  an  easier  option)
 4)  Dental  floss(provided  its  cheaper)
 5)  Superglue(if  I  find  in  a  good  shop  in  Hyderabad)
 6)  Reef  underwater  glue  gel
 Will  try  some  of  them  except  mseal  in  my  small  PICO  and  definitely  will  you  know  the  result...
 
 Thanks  for  your  input...


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 Nice  input  Vk,  nice  learning  for  me  as  well...I  have  old  charger...
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