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I'm contemplating fragging my toadstool, it's 18" across and has been trying to self frag for months, but has not been successful. All it has done is make holes in itself.

I would like to know what and how to do it? I've watched the video from @Tidal Gardens and others on YouTube.
I would like to know if there is anything else I should know before proceeding?
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Do I just place it in a bucket of tank water, remove, cut and place in clean tank water? I don't have coral revive, but I do have coral Rx, would I use this? Or is clean tank water good enough, before returning frags to the DT?
 
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I’ve cut them in tank with no issues. You are probably safer to remove and rinse with tank water and add pieces to ruble rock to attach to
I don't feel comfortable with cutting in the tank, the slime it releases would be astronomical I think.
 
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Before you cut, please make sure you know where you’re going to put them or coordinate with someone to come get the frags. I got so excited to frag mine that when I finally did I realized that I didn’t have enough room for the frags. And you’re either going to get a lot of small frags or some really big ones.
 
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