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Old 09-16-2009, 07:31 PM   #11
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I've done that already, but the pieces still look junky.
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At least your tank isnt covered in diatoms and cyano despite using Ro/Di water.
Nothing looks more dumb than really nice corals and clams with a bunch of brown junk all over the sand and the rocks!
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Well than you haven't seen my tank lol. I may not have diatoms and cyano, but i make up for it in disgusting rocks. They are so caked with gross rotting stuff that when my snails go over it.. they strip the rock bare.. and there's nothing left but the white piece of rock that was under all of the gunk. Not to mention that it made everything else in my tank dirty as anything.
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