Is this the grey/brown epoxy that you mix the two compounds together ?The only thing with this is that you have to make sure that the "epoxy" is dry/cured.... So depends on the type of "epoxy" that you use. As I said - I am not too sure if the ABE epoxy (not ABI - sorry) is correct for reefs - BUT I definitely know that Pratley Putty and the like has been used for a very long time. I think curing takes about 30 to 45 minutes (in which you should probably keep the live rocks wet by using old tank water).....
Agreed, if you want to stick another piece of PVC to it. Any other material, Pratley's normal set putty sets very well under water, and is safe to use directly in your tank, if needed. Alternatively Pratley's epoxy (white quick-set) is safe after it has set. A third alternative is the good ols stick everything Bostic marine silicon (NOT bath, shower, or any of the other types, they contain fungicides, etc...).use pvc glue
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