Thread: Would this work?
06-17-2013, 09:09 PM #11
The is nothing wrong with trying it out. You can always dismantle later if it turns out to be ugly. I would not recommend sawing a piece of aquarium wood unless it is a thin branch like manzanita. Wood used for aquariums (malaysian, mopane, etc)is so dense that it sinks in water. This density and hardness is inversely proportional with the ease of sawing as I have found out for myself.
06-17-2013, 11:51 PM #12Member Oscar
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Good for you for trying to recycle materials you have. But, if it doesn't work out here is a place that has some great nano driftwood. It's cypress which is a soft, light wood, but many come with stone anchors to attach.