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Old 12-03-2015, 10:56 AM
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Default Re: Silicone vs. Titebond background adhesion methods. My review.

I thought with the TB3 the point was to avoid the GS foam? I have read so many methods lately that I am starting to get them confused. I think I am going to try that clay product being sold on ebay.

Originally Posted by ecichlid View Post
You keep writing that you have to mix your substrate with TB3. No you don't. I use black expandable foam (if portions of foam are not completely covered, it's black, it looks good). I then brush on about a cup of TB3 and then press in virgin peat moss. 24 hours later, the viv is ready to go. Try that method and you will never go back to mixing your substrate it use silicone.
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