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I just picked up a large piece of driftwood off of Craigslist that was formerly used in an aquarium. I cleaned the piece off and am trying to get in in my tank somehow (29 gallon). My tank has been running for about a year and a half. But my question is, will the driftwood eventually sink on its own? Maybe after it gets waterlogged? Right now I have a few rocks weighing it down, but eventually i would like to get those rocks back down on the surface of my tank. Thank you for your help!
I had a piece about that size and it took a few weeks to stay down on it's own. How much did you get it for on Craigs List? I was going to put mine on there since it doesn't fit my tank anymore.
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i actually got it for free. a person gave away a 5, 10, and 30 gallon tank, heater, filter, driftwood, fake plants, substrate, and hood for the 10 gallon. Sadly, I did not get there soon enough for the 5 and 10 gallon tanks since that is the only reason i went there, but at lelast i got an extra heater and driftwood for my 29g tank.
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