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Old 06-02-2011, 04:05 AM   #51
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Old 06-02-2011, 04:05 AM   #52
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What exactly does the B stand for in BW? i cant use context clues on that one lol, its not working.

Oh and how are saltwater tanks cleaning the sand, i have alot of rock and its hard getting down to it so i just try to get to all the water all around the bottom level of the tank.
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I'd suggest you start a thread in SW forum about the other question.
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Most people clean the sand in tanks by swirling thz gravel cleaner right above the substrate to get the debris to float and then remove it with the vac. Some even attach ends to hem such as fork prongs or toothpicks to move the sand around without touching it to the gravel vac.
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