With the NatureHolic plant adhesive especially for aquariums, all types of aquarium mosses and perching plants can be inconspicuously and gently attached to aquarium decorations such as wood, roots, decorations and hiding places made of clay. NatureHolic’s plant adhesive hardens on contact with water and is therefore best used on dry surfaces.
It is not possible to tie up mosses and perching plants so easily on all decorative materials – sometimes the thread would be very visible, sometimes the shape of the hardscape does not allow anything to be tied up at all. But even if untying would be possible – easier is to glue on. This method of planting roots and stones for the aquarium and aquarium decorations is practiced hundreds of times – with a special plant glue you are definitely on the safe side. The NatureHolic plant glue is absolutely non-toxic, optimally compatible for aquarium plants and definitely harmless for all aquarium animals.
To glue on mosses, first cut the moss into smaller pieces of approx. 1-2 cm length. Then apply a few drops of plant glue to the dry substrate and place the mosses. Also perching plants are simply glued to the dry substrate with the root stock. The plant glue sets in about half a minute due to the humidity in the air. The glue dries to a whitish color. Later, the moss grows over the glue spots and conceals them perfectly.
Also for the absorbent cotton method (also known as cigarette filter method ) our plant glue from NatureHolic is suitable for the aquarium. With this method, roots or even stones can be inseparably connected. Some absorbent cotton is soaked well with the NatureHolic plant glue and then used as a bonding medium between root pieces or stone chunks. While plant glue alone cannot permanently bond hard materials, combining it with the absorbent cotton results in an almost indestructible bond.
Attention: Also sticks skin, therefore do not bring on the fingers during the processing!
|NatureHolic plant glue
|non-toxic plant adhesive for all perching plants and mosses in the aquarium
|clear transparent, dries white