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Originally Posted by zfarsh View Post
It takes endless washing/rinsing. Two bags would do a 75g (substrate area 48 X 18 inches presumably) with 2-3 inch depth. I think the bags are 25 lb, I'm sure I saw "25" on the bottom, and given how heavy it is this must be pounds. My Flourite came in 7 kg/15 lb bags, 2 in a box, and they were about as heavy as 1 of sand.
I didn't mix anything with it. Sand being smaller will fall to the bottom if mixed with larger-particle materials. I do not like mixing substrates, and they "separate" and look odd. Copy nature, it will give you a much more natural appearance, assuming that is what you want.
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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