Tidal Gardens Aquascape

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I dried it lightly with a towel before gluing . The very porous rock (pukani) that I used breaks long before the sand and glue come apart. I broke the rock several times moving it, but never once a joint.
You've inspired me.
 

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Here is mine about 2 months after completion. I used wet cured rock I've been soaking for about 8 months. Loved doing this. Can't wait to see my coral all grown out...

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This is amazing work! Right on.
 
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