01-25-2010, 08:01 PM
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Originally Posted by OoohBarracuda
i was talking to a friend that works in a fish store the other day and she was suggesting pool filter sand that you would get at a pool and hottub supply store if you want bright white sand that won't cloud up the water. It also is built for pool filters, therefore it won't mess with the hardness of your water.
I know I have used both playsand and pool sand before; either one does just fine if you rinse it before adding.
Was just wondering because Kelo's looks more white then what I'm getting here (TN) as play sand which looks lil more beige/ brownish.