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    You for grabs is a beautiful frag of green paly these retail anywhere from 60 to 75 each there is 3 large and a baby coming in very healthy if interested make offer won't let me upload photos text for info 8507480255
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    I love this coral so much.
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    That's a nice looking tank!
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    Got poly sealer on stand, cleaned out old seams on tank prepped and made nice lines with tape it came out a really nice size with a #16 caulk tool it almost looks like I knew what I was doing.... lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    So I tried this one coat stuff today, goes on like Elmer’s glue, I wouldn’t use it if the temp is under 110 out side. Went back to old faithful fast dry Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Good interior poly is still $10-14 a quart anyways. Mays as well use what ya know works Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    You could use epoxy paint. In fact on garf.org it shows you how to make a plywood tank with epoxy paint. Next best option is that Flexseal paint. I used it on the catch tray for my sump, but you don't brush that stuff on, use a wide putty knife. Real thick. Sent from my SM-J700P using Tapatalk
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    I always just use multiple coats of Kiltz primer and sealer
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    Sps is not going to be frags they are aquaculture colony but if you only.need a frag I can ask usually about 4 to 5 inches
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    I can get all that and more I am going to post price list on clean up crews shrimp and corals just waiting to get the list to post prices snails and crabs and all. Sorts is very fair on pricr
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