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It may be easier to drop by the local office supply store and pick up a box
of miscellaneous rubber bands. That way you don't have to clobber anyone. ;)
Cutting them with a scissors is no problem after they are no longer needed.
Just dry the scissors like you would any other kitchen, pardon me, fishroom
One of the local bristlenose breeders takes stainless steel screws and runs
them through a big piece of zucchini when he wants to sink the veggies.
All the best!
> One of the easier ways I've found to anchor plants like Java fern to
> substrates like rocks and wood is to use the orthodontic elastics (rubber
> bands) that people who wear braces use in treatment. They come in various
> sizes and I prefer the 1/4 and 3/8 inchers. The nice thing about them is
> that they last a long time under water because that's where used in the
> mouth. I also use them and a rock to sink lettuce and other "salad treats"
> for my farowellas, plecos and other veggie-lovers. They are not expensive
> should be "freebie" if you have a kid in treatment.
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