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Old 05-07-2010, 02:52 PM   #1
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I am going to take down my 72G Salt tank. Can I store my live rock and sand. I know it will not be live no more but just want to have it in case I want to start again one day?. Or do i need to sell it and start completly over when I get ready to start again.
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yes, you can dry it an reuse when you startup.
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I would get rid of the sand and just use new sand when the time comes that you want to start up again.
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I personally would only save the LR also. Why are you tearing it down?
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Brown algea has just gone wild with no return. Also dont have the time for it. I have a 9 month old and she like to run into it and likes to hit the glass. So i decided a restart later on would be a good ideal.
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send it all to me lol. Im starting a 75
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