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Chrome nickle needle nose plyers?
04-15-2017, 02:50 PM

I have a 72 gallon with lots of euphyllia, candy cane, monti and several other things.

The tank has lots of tube worms, presumably from over feeding but the rest of the tank looks good. I want to get rid of them. I tried superglue but it was too cumbersome and a lot of them just ended up borrowing a second hole to pop their head out of.

I have a brand new pair of needle nose pliers that i want to use to just crush them. I wanted to get stainless steel but ended up with chrome nickle because thats what they had. Can anyone tell me if it will be ok to use chrome nickle in the aquarium like this? Some of the worms are right next to, and even attached to the corals. I dont want there to be any type of bad reaction.
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04-15-2017, 09:51 PM
It's fine. Just don't leave it in tank, and rinse it when done so it doesn't rust

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