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Old 07-26-2012, 07:26 PM   #1
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im michael i am new to salt but have fresh for years. got tired of looking at pics for background so started doing cement first was my 29 gal. after that went so well we moved some fish from 55 to 29 and broke the 55 down. The 55 will be our saltwater. In the cement i used crushed oyster and large rock salt same mix for rocks. so the whole tank is / will be live rock plus hides all of the tubes . right now she is still releasing lime and ph is high , I think i have about 2 weeks left.
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Welcome to the AA community. That's a pretty cool idea you got there.
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