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post #11 of 12 Old 10-11-2011, 07:09 PM
Byron, sorry to get off subject, but what is that sand you are using in your tank? Very cool, I love my sand but it shows so much debris.
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Byron, sorry to get off subject, but what is that sand you are using in your tank? Very cool, I love my sand but it shows so much debris.
Ordinary playsand, from Home Depot. Quikrete or something is the brand. It is darker when dry, a sort of gray/tan; looks lighter in the tank. I've grown quite fond of it.

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