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Old 07-11-2012, 10:45 AM   #11 
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2.99 Doesn't seem too bad at all. Really. Your fish cost more than that.
Yeah, but if you use 1.5 lbs per gal of water, it can add up. I just wish i didnt have to use mail order to get it! hehe
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Well, I got the sand today.. I was a bit shocked at the size of the tiny bags, lol. 2 bags isnt enough for my little tank. Oh well. The sand does look nice though, Im sure i will enjoy it.

directions say to just add to tank, add dechlorinated water and your filter and you are ready to go. Instant cycling. What could be easier, right? o.O

It goes on to say for best results, or something like that, to use the betta water too. I wont be using it.

But those tiny little bags, no wonder there arent many who use them, however, I think for someone knew with a 3 gallon tank, it would really solve a lot of questions and challenges. They can take that betta home, feel proud of the care they are giving it, and settle in to learn more.

Like I am doing =)
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