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  1. Reef Breeders

    Reef Breeders 3reef Sponsor

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    That's right, literally. I got a pretty deep razor cut on my finger, which happened while building a custom fixture. No blood went on the fixture, but ironically enough, it was a grow light, with a ton of blood red LEDs ;D
     
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  3. Toallhisdoom

    Toallhisdoom Dragon Wrasse

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  4. rc_mcwaters3

    rc_mcwaters3 Clown Trigger

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    wow you bleeding for the cause ;D

    on a diffrent note make sure it dosent get infected and seal it up with some super glue LOL
     
  5. Reef Breeders

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    I saw a thread where someone used the superglue, I ran and used my fragging glue, and H202 that I use for my tank, and sealed it up. Then put some gloves on and back to work :)
     
  6. Thatgrimguy

    Thatgrimguy Flying Squid

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    Now that's being a trooper!!! GET BACK TO WORK!
     
  7. Reef Breeders

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    The fixture is boxed up now, destined for someones fuge. I got up and got to work, no stopping for blood!
     
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  9. rc_mcwaters3

    rc_mcwaters3 Clown Trigger

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    git'er done son LOL

    doctors charge $500.00 or more to fix it
     
  10. Reef Breeders

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    LOL, $500? it was just a razor cut on my finger, a little deep, but I wouldn't even go to the doctor for that, usually I don't even glue it, just apply pressure and use some gauze, but the glue made it way easier, only a few seconds of holding it closed, and it was sealed good with the glue.
     
  11. anb

    anb Coral Banded Shrimp

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    Look at you! You didn't charge more for the "pain and suffering" did you? :p
     
  12. Reef Breeders

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    Nope, that is just part of the customer service, lol