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  1. Default Need Help with type of concrete to use

    0 Not allowed!
    I just created my own decoration using pink foam and my next step is to paint concrete on it. I am just having the issue of finding what concrete to use, I've looked up many tutorials with people using concrete but I can't find the ones they are using or determine which one is the best to use. Currently I have an unopened bag of Portland cement that I got at Home Depot but I know that has limestone that can increase the PH levels in the water. Any recommendations for affordable cement that I can find in Canada would be greatly appreciated.

    I also have an open bag of E-Z flow concrete floor but I have a feeling that wouldn't be a good choice considering its self leveling. 20140714_205220[1].jpg

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    1 Not allowed!
    Hmmm, you could use the portland cement but you would have to soak them in water for a long time to leach out stuff causing the high PH. A lot of DIY Live Rock for reefs are done this way. However if you are doing a freshwater tank you might need to soak it for longer. I'm not sure of the exact kind that is used. There are a few members here that have done it before. Hopefully they'll see this and let you know what they did.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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