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Old 12-08-2017, 10:57 AM   #1
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This blasting agent aquarium safe?

I have linked the SDS sheet for a coal slag blasting agent called Black Magic. It is really similar to the BDBS you lucky guys have access to in the states, it's just not as well hobbyist tested as the black diamond brand. Was going to cap a dirted tank with it, what do you think?

http://abrasivesinc.thomasnet-naviga...-Magic-SDS.pdf
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Seems to match up pretty darn close to BDBS..
Here is their MSDS sheet;

http://www.tccmaterials.com/pdf/TCCblackblastmsds.pdf

Some people have complained of scratching their tanks glass when iron in the sand sticks to their magnet cleaner....Food for thought.
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Seems to match up pretty darn close to BDBS..
Here is their MSDS sheet;

http://www.tccmaterials.com/pdf/TCCblackblastmsds.pdf

Some people have complained of scratching their tanks glass when iron in the sand sticks to their magnet cleaner....Food for thought.
I end up scratching my tanks using any substrate so my magnet cleaners got tossed a while ago lol. I was talking on a different forum and a user there has is in their tank for 2+ years without issues, I think I will order up 2 bags and give it a try. Test it in a pail first while I let the dirt begin mineralizing.
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