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Old 08-03-2009, 09:35 PM   #1
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Other uses for Bio Balls.

Since they aren't the best for aquarium use, what are some other uses for them? Just wanted to see what you guys come up with lol!
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They are good for aquariums if they are maintained, like everything else....
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They are cheaper than golf balls...
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i guess you could use them to play pool?
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Seeding a QT...lol, couldn't resist!
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Seeding a QT...lol, couldn't resist!
LOL I realize they are intended for aquariums but there has to be other random uses for them xD

There's probably 50 books on what to do with the cardboard paper towel tubes ahaha.
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Beer pong!!!!!!!!!
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