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Old 05/26/2020, 10:07 AM   #51
Vinny Kreyling
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As long as you do it slowly it will be OK.

250 gallon mixed reef, 2 Reefbreeder's Photon V 2, RD 3 Speedy 80 Watt, DAS EX-3 Skimmer, MTC mini cal, 2-3/4" Sea Swirls, Aquacontroller & 6 Tunze pumps.
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Old 10/01/2020, 05:25 AM   #52
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I think the best way would be to cure the rock in a barrel with now light. Only bubler and heater. What do you guy's think?

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Old 11/04/2020, 09:40 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by wilsonreefs View Post
I'm curious about a idea I have. I've never liked the fact that the sand under a rock eventually ends up black due to poor circulation. This in turn causes the water to become foul. I have put rock on the bare bottom and put the sand in afterwards. Sand always ends up under the rock. I have a shallow bed of sand (was a deep bed). My thoughts are to build racks out of 1/2" diameter PVC to raise the rocks off the bottom about 3/4". The sand should be able to cover the piping. This would allow sand sifting critters to actually get under the rocks. What do you guys think?
I did this and it worked great. Lots of extra caves etc.

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