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Old 07-22-2009, 02:18 AM   #11
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The bags aren't necessary if you're just using rubble in there.
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Alrighty cool. Thanks. Also, im going to be using gloves because im not a big fan of bristle worms or any other worms for that matter.. so what kind of gloves could be used that wont contaminate the water? Just like.. regular yellow rubber gloves? Just wash them thoroughly or what?
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I use powderless nitrile gloves. You can get them at the hardware store, usually near the paint section. They're disposable, and seal tight on your hands so they don't fill up with water, like the yellow ones you mention can if you go too deep in the tank.
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Cool, thanks for that insight. Im gonna go with those gloves.
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