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Old 12-26-2011, 05:28 PM   #1
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CLEANING SAND AND ROCKS question

We recently completed a complete re-do of our 120 gallon aquarium using GE silicone II. Yup, you know the results. Have only two fish left. Starting the rebuild tomorrow and need to know if we should clean the sand in some way and also the rocks. They are not live rocks. Any help is appreciated. Ron
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I used GE silicone II as well.... Was it bathroom and kitchen?
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No, I had bath and kitchen but bought new stuff for windows/trim/attic/basements because I was afraid the other stuff would hurt the fish. Oh well. Ron I will go to the other topic.
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