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Old 12-22-2011, 06:39 PM   #41
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Actually, probably more than that. I got 50lbs of rock (could have got for $99 shipped elsewhere) and 40lbs of sand ($50 at local LFS?)... So, I saved about $50 or so.
Is there sand too small? I don't want my tank to get cloudy everytime it gets disturbed or for it to collect alot of waste on top as I'll have a shark and triggers
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No, not cloudy at all... it has blown around just a little bit from misplaced powerheads, but it doesn't kick up at all... just blows across the bottom. pretty coarse actually. And, it's pre-washed. It didn't cloud my tank in the least, and I didn't wash it. I even stuck my hand down in it, picked up a handful, and dropped it about 4" off the bottom... settled instantly.
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Old 12-22-2011, 07:27 PM   #43
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No, not cloudy at all... it has blown around just a little bit from misplaced powerheads, but it doesn't kick up at all... just blows across the bottom. pretty coarse actually. And, it's pre-washed. It didn't cloud my tank in the least, and I didn't wash it. I even stuck my hand down in it, picked up a handful, and dropped it about 4" off the bottom... settled instantly.
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Old 12-26-2011, 02:52 PM   #44
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Just ordered the 40lbs of sand and 35lbs of rock

cant wait!!!
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Wait sk where is this that ypu are orderig from? Reefcleaners?
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Old 12-26-2011, 04:46 PM   #46
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Reefrocks.net ....steven got back to me pretty quick after i placed my order asking me if i needed any natural shelf rock with my order

wow....pretty good service IMO. Plus a $85 price tag for everything is A+ in my book
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