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Old 03-25-2011, 01:50 AM   #11
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You can replace all the sand when you upgrade your tank Carey. It is actually not recommended to use old sand when moving since you stir up all the gunk in it, your tank isn't that old though so I'm sure you could use what you have now if you decided to.
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Cool, Thanks kelsey
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I'm not one for black sand, at all. But Fishguy, your tank is pretty awesome. Your tank definitely pulls off the black sand. Most tanks don't. (IMO)
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