Light and Drift wood!

Haile

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Hi guys,
What’s the best way to secure drift wood on the rock, mine was soaking for a while but still floating a bit. Tie or glue?

Another question, what light you recommend for a 55l tank, it will have mostly red plants, moss and annubias.

Thanks
 

Onoma1

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Hi Haile,

There is a great new tutorial from Aquarium Gardens where they use a glue specially developed for this:

https://www.ukaps.org/forum/threads/60p-scape-tutorial-video.56740/

I have used the cigarette filter and super glue approach before with some sucess. In the video Philipe Oliveira demonstrates how to do this:


With this use the right type of super glue (there ar lots of forum posts on this).

I watched The Green Machine videos where they used melted glue, however, this isn't the way to go (again a recent discussion on the forum on this).
Finally, my approach would just to use a rock to weigh them down until they sink!
 
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