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Thread: New crypt

  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelcraze2 View Post
    I also got 3 50lb bags of white PFS to restart and revamp my breeder tanks. I'm excited because I haven't tried white PFS yet.
    Now we've solved the crypt mystery (thanks all!!) I have a new question. The Pool Filter Sand I bought. I noticed it has these shiny flat black grains that stick to my skin when I'm washing it. Is this normal? I am concerned BN plecos might inhale that. Am I being paranoid? I already rinsed it and am in the process of sun drying. But I don't want to use it if it can cause issues. The rest of the grains are nice, just not the flat black ones that stick. They didn't seem to stick underwater or float or anything when I rinsed it, just the black ones are like flakes or thin rock chips.

    I have pics but I can't get them to upload atm

    Anyone have any suggestions for the sand?
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    Ah-ha! Got it!
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    And how it sticks to skin
    20180909_122432.jpg
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    And finally, this is the sand
    20180909_123218.jpg

    The warning on the back has to do with wearing a mask when used to do sand blasting or something.
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