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Driftwood + Moss + Aquarium Glue Combo

Driftwood + Moss + Aquarium Glue Combo

Regular price $19.99 USD
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Elevate Your Aquatic Landscape with a Aquarium Moss + Driftwood Combo!

Discover the perfect blend of nature and aesthetics with Aquarium Moss attached to Driftwood. Designed for aquarists who appreciate the beauty of natural aquatic landscapes, this ensemble effortlessly transforms any tank into a lush, vibrant underwater haven.

What you get:
Authentic Driftwood: Crafted from natural materials, each driftwood piece boasts unique textures and patterns, ensuring a distinctive addition to your aquarium. Not only does it serve as a beautiful centerpiece, but it also provides shelter and a natural habitat for your aquatic inhabitants.

Vibrant Aquarium Moss (4 oz Portion Cup): This nutrient-rich moss not only offers a vibrant splash of green but also acts as a natural water purifier, promoting a healthier environment for your fish and plants. Customer will receive two 4-oz portion cups (approxcimately the size of a golf ball) filled with 1 of the following: Java Moss, Taiwan Moss, Flame Moss, or Christmas Moss. Moss is dependent on inventory.

Aquarium Cyanoacrylate Adhesive Glue (5g Tube): Securely attach your moss to your driftwood with our non-toxic and fast-setting clear glue. Adhesive ensures a strong and durable bond, giving you peace of mind that your aquatic setup remains intact.

How to Glue Moss to Driftwood

Attaching moss to driftwood is as easy as snip, drip, and stick! See below for detailed instructions:

Preparation: Before starting, ensure that both the driftwood and aquarium moss are clean and free from any debris or contaminants. Rinse them gently if necessary, and allow them to air dry. We also strongly recommend wearing gloves before using glue, as glue on the fingers is no fun!

Prepare Moss: We recommend using scissors to snip the moss into smaller pieces. This will make for a more fuller look to start. The moss will grow out over time.

Test Placement: Prior to applying the glue, experiment with different placements of the moss on the driftwood. Determine the desired arrangement and positioning that best suits your aesthetic preferences.

Apply Glue to Driftwood: Using the waterproof aquarium-safe adhesive glue, apply a small drop to the areas of the driftwood where you intend to attach the moss. Be cautious not to apply too much glue. Small dollups will do the trick.

Attach Aquarium Moss: Carefully grab a small pinch of moss and softly 'dab' onto the glue-applied sections of the driftwood. Press gently to ensure a firm bond between the moss and the driftwood. If the moss does not move after a quick wipe, consider it attached. Repeat for other areas of the driftwood.

Secure and Dry: The glue should take no more than 30 seconds to dry. Once dry, place the driftwood in your tank. Since you are receiving dry driftwood, it may take up 3-5 days for the driftwood to waterlog and sink naturally to the bottom of your aquarium.

Monitor and Maintain: Regularly monitor the attached moss and driftwood for any signs of detachment or movement. Over time, as the moss grows and establishes itself, it will further secure its attachment to the driftwood.

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    If you accept your plants on the first delivery attempt and find that they did not survive the shipment, please take a photo of the deceased plants within 12 hours of delivery, and, submit a claim by clicking HERE. Please have the email you completed the purchase with and your order number ready. When prompted, please select 'Damaged' as your reason. 

  • Hitchhiker Warning

    We recommend cleaning all plants before adding them to your tank. We regularly perform quality checks prior to shipping plants. However, we cannot guarantee our plants to be snail or hitchhiker-free. If you do not want to risk snails, please consider rinsing plants, conducting a bleach dip, or quarantining plants prior to adding them in your aquarium. Snails are a natural part of working with live plants.