Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #121: How To Make Fragging Safe For Your Corals


I’ll admit it: I love fragging.  It’s enjoyable, relaxing and there is a lot of instant gratification when you see all the little frags you’ve created.

While fragging is fun for you, it can be dangerous for your corals if your fragging tools get out of hand.  Here’s how to keep your corals safe and your stress level down.

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Comments for this article (5)

  • Dave says:

    Great tip! I’ve knocked off more then a couple branches of SPS when my bone cutters have slipped out of my hands when trying to hold them at an odd angle.
    BTW, Kai was my favorite character (a dead assassin still counts as a character, right?) from Lexx.

  • Matt says:

    What a smart idea .. simple ones are the best … 🙂

    Lexx… blimey … haven’t seen that in years … and yep, creapy dead assassin type… 😀

  • Julie says:

    This is way off subject but did anybody else notice the opening music today sounded a lot like the opening of “heard it through the grapevine” ? 🙂

  • Tom says:

    Lol I knew what you was going to say before you said it mark, I’m a signal engineer in uk and I use the same idea to stop me dropping my tools, brilliant idea! Not that I frag atm, I’ve noticed the hood for your tank is going well can’t wait for an update not that this has anything todo with this Friday quick tip, wish I lived in USA so I could come and see you talk at New York, but maybe I can make MACNA one year who knows mate

  • Ben says:

    In the military we call that dummy cording.

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