Marco 400 reef cement

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BluewaterLa

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Anyone use the bucket of Marco 400 reef cement ??
If so what is your opinion on the product ??

I plan to build one or two structures for my tank to change things up a bit and wanted to have them all one solid piece so there will be nothing to take apart and I can move it as needed whole.
 

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I really like it I have used it on my last 6 tanks. Works great. Very strong and easy to use


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Agree. Great stuff and was pretty impressed with it. I plan to use it again.
 

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Appreciate the feed back from everyone on this, I've personally seen some of your tanks and know I can always trust our members experience.
Now I'll order a bucket to see how far it will go/ last
Then its cherry picking my truck load hoard of rock for some ''perfect'' rocks to play with in my non existent spare time. That would be code for late night cant sleep so I will play with reef rocks LOL
 

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Forgot to ask,
Is this strong enough to hold the rock in position alone or should I use some acrylic rod in every piece as well ?
Going to build a structure with some ledges and negative space.
 

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It should hold very well just use something to hold up the ledge until it dries.


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Works just like concrete. It's held the reefscape together in my 300 with no issues, and I used it in my previous 120 and 90 gallon tanks. If you want to detach pieces from each other at a later date, you're going to have to use a hammer.
 
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