a good method is to make a small ball of marine epoxy [like aquamend] and put a generous bead of the superglue gel on either side of the ball. stick one end on the frag plug and let it set up for half a minute or so. stick the other bead on the rock where you want it, using a slight twisting motion to break the surface film on the glue. also, if you keep the superglue gel in the freezer it gets thicker and easier to work
When you use the gel, grab your Zoa and the rock you want it on, put a dab of the superglue gel on the rock and place the zoa on it. Continue to hold both pieces together and then dip them into the water. The gel really doesn't stick or harden until it hits the water. It should hold fine, but you may need a quick second application.
<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=14169330#post14169330 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by tewkes I just started using this last week. I bought the crazy brand gel. It comes in a grey/silver bottle with blue ridges on the side. Got it at Lowe's for like $2.50.
It sure beats paying $15 at the LFS for "coral propagation glue".