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How to remove acro colonies from your rockwork (1 Viewer)

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Hey everyone,

I put together this video when I was removing colonies from my rock work. Just wanted to share it in case it was helpful for others when looking to reaquascape.

[video=youtube_share;EVasXs1F1Es]http://youtu.be/EVasXs1F1Es[/video]

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Great video. Maybe someday I will have this problem [emoji12]🤪[emoji12]


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Great video. Maybe someday I will have this problem [emoji12][emoji2957][emoji12]


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Thanks bud! I was doing it anyways so figured I'd record it in case it helped someone.
 

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Ty is lording in this video. "Look at me, my corals grow into colonies so quickly that I have to throw them away!"

Haha but in all seriousness, I appreciate the video. I have a flat head screw driver that I have sharpened into a prison shank that taps through rock pretty well. Even better, an actual masonry chisel. They make quick work of your rock, let alone a coral, and you can pick them up for pretty cheap at the hardware store. I had one but I think it ended up at wingnuts house.

So the real question is....whatcha doing with those colonies? :D
 
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Ty is lording in this video. "Look at me, my corals grow into colonies so quickly that I have to throw them away!"

Haha but in all seriousness, I appreciate the video. I have a flat head screw driver that I have sharpened into a prison shank that taps through rock pretty well. Even better, an actual masonry chisel. They make quick work of your rock, let alone a coral, and you can pick them up for pretty cheap at the hardware store. I had one but I think it ended up at wingnuts house.

So the real question is....whatcha doing with those colonies? :D
I literally threw them to the side in the video as I chiseled so I guess you're not too far off. [emoji23]

Those were the frags I brought to Houston for the meeting! Sorry, the video didn't get finaled until now. [emoji53]
 

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Cody...prison shanks? Really...

This is unfair for the colonies. They stand no chance. You sir...have taken this too far.

And they won't ever talk about it again.
 

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