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Old 06-03-2012, 03:45 PM   #1
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quick answer please! sand

Anyone know anything about caribsea super naturals sand?
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Which one? I used the Taihitan Mooon a while back.
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I just know it was the super natural line in sunset gold. Is there something more specific than that?
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what did you want to know ? I've used the black Tahitian Moon Sand in 2 tanks so far....LOVE It !
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Well I was afraid it would look darker in the tank and also I'm planning on having loaches or snails so I'd like something smooth
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It's fine... that's my biggest issue with the carib sea sand. Blows around like nothing. I absolutely hated tahitian moon sand for that reason.
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Well I was afraid it would look darker in the tank and also I'm planning on having loaches or snails so I'd like something smooth
I have Cory habrosus on mine and they love it. Dig their little faces right in it. My snails do well on it too. I think Loaches would like it just fine. You can use PFS if you want Whitish...but the CaribSea stuff is really pretty
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I think its just the color they had. The back of the bag listed their other colors and they had one called torpedo beach and I think I'd like it better. I don't want white, just lighter than that brownish color lol if that makes any sense
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