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Old 08-18-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
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Base rock Reef Cleaners

Just got my order of 50 lbs of base rock from Reef Cleaners and I have to say... VERY NICE.

The rock is fabulous, the price was great and the service was unbelievably good. I ordered the rock and immediately got a response email from John, with a follow up email when it shipped. It arrived on time, as promised, and I have to admit... I did not expect it to be as nice as it is. Super porous with interesting shape. Won't hesitate to use them for future orders.

Thanks guys for a superior buying experience!

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Old 08-18-2011, 04:59 PM   #2
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Some photos of my new rock.
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Old 08-18-2011, 05:00 PM   #3
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Aren't they the greatest? John is a super guy and really helpful. I will be placing another order for the rock soon for my new build, can't wait!

The rock I've bought from him in the past is already harboring lots of pods and other small little creatures, it's so porous and they actually take requests on what sizes you need.

One of my favorite online stores.
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Yes. I honestly have no complaint. I don't think they could have done anything better and that includes picking out rock for the application that I specified. These rocks are exactly what I was hoping for even if I actually expected less. I am thrilled to say the least.
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Old 08-26-2011, 06:14 PM   #5
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Omg all of that is 50 pounds? I need to order right now lol
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Yep... That is 50 lbs.
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Yep... That is 50 lbs.
Maya .. What was the total cost including shipping??
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94.00 total... shipping was free, even to Ohio. They were having a sale. And I sent them a little note with my order describing tank size and what i wanted to do with it and what they sent was absolutely perfect for the application. Very impressed with this company.
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94.00 total... shipping was free, even to Ohio. They were having a sale. And I sent them a little note with my order describing tank size and what i wanted to do with it and what they sent was absolutely perfect for the application. Very impressed with this company.
Thank you .... Nice
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I'm going to order 25-30 pounds then. I just need about 4-5 pieces of 3-5 pound rocks.
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Old 08-26-2011, 11:18 PM   #11
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I've ordered from them too... Very nice. Great inverts and rock. U can see my pics of it on my profile. Thank u Carey for telling me about them when I started my build. Even got my LFS looking into ordering from them... Lol... Can't beat their prices!!!
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They have the best rock and cheapest invert pricing and even their macro algae is way cheap. I always go their first.

I should get a discount for all the recommendations I make for them. LOL
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I ordered my 100lb a while ago and they did great.

It was actually 3 boxes and lots of bigger chunks for the base just as requested. Great service and quick to answer when I asked about the macroalgae
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