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Old 02-06-2014, 01:07 PM   #11
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Another good pointer is stand behind each 'flow provider' and see directly where they hit. Rockwork is another excellent way to break flow and make it alittle less violent and more random. I believe you tried im not trying to lecture, just help. Thay sugar size sand is loved by some fish like wrasses and other burrowers as well. Its gonna be fun to clean out too! Just a heads up. Goodluck witb whatever you choose!
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Thank you all! Yeah it's such beautiful sand, I was forced to buy it. It was one of my gf's stipulations! Any suggestions as far as another grain size, and that's white or similar?
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Thank you all! Yeah it's such beautiful sand, I was forced to buy it. It was one of my gf's stipulations! Any suggestions as far as another grain size, and that's white or similar?
Special Grade is one.
http://www.marinedepot.com/Caribsea_...FISSLS-vi.html
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Definitely going to order once I get ready to move! Have about a month to find a place that will except my dog and meet the gf's expectations!
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Definitely going to order once I get ready to move! Have about a month to find a place that will except my dog and meet the gf's expectations!
Sounds like fun! Lol
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