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Old 09-27-2012, 10:31 AM   #11
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thanks, ill toy with the ph, i like the idea of it pointing at the surface but i also need it pointing at the sand

i wanted to buy 2 but i dont like how it looks with 2 so i just bought 1 really strong one :/

i already added 20 lbs of sand, i figured i can just shimmy the live rock in XD, i still have 5 lbs to add so i guess i can work with that

also i have tahitian moon sand so im not too sure abouit sand shifters. The bag itself says "safe for sand shifters like rays bla bla" but i recall other people saying its not safe

personally i cant tell the difference between this and beach sand, it LOOKS more shiny, but literally feels the exact same, i think it would be safe its realllllly soft and feels quite nice

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