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best brand of tools for aquascapeing

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Q_man-97

hey everyone im just wandering but what is a good brand for aquascaping tools as im starting to get into it and want some advice on the matter :)

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Shrimpy Daddy

Which specific tool(s) are you looking at?

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Q_man-97

manly scissors and tweezers

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Q_man-97

thank you

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Shrimpy Daddy

For twister, I will suggest you get a much more expensive one. There is significant differences on how well they are able to clip stuffs.

 

As for scissors, just use good pairs of kitchen scissors of various sizes and length.

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sushant

you can use surgical scissors as well.

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