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Old 03-28-2013, 12:02 AM   #11 
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The could be glued together with aquarium glue and weighed down beneath the substrate with other aquarium safe rocks. Which brings me to ask a question. I am putting those smooth rounded rocks in my tanks that Petsmart sells in netted bags. Would that affect my PH? It's up to 7.6 from 7.0 when I change my water. They look like they are coated with something.
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They're probably just polished, but they may be epoxy coated like some aquarium gravel is. Either way, should be safe and should be inert, so it won't alter your params.
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I've used those rocks, never had an issue with my fish. :) Used them as both weights for plants I've made, and just as decoration with the larger, darker ones on my white gravel. :)
My guys have shown no issues with them. :)
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