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Old 02-19-2013, 06:47 AM   #11 
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That's exactly why I only use natural decor in my tanks. Live plants and real wood. I don't trust those cheap man made things.
This. Everytime I am in the decor section, all I can think is "probably toxic" and "definitely toxic". At least with plants, rocks, and driftwood I can research what they will do.

Seems like it has become necessary to QT decorations.
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Old 02-19-2013, 09:06 AM   #12 
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This. Everytime I am in the decor section, all I can think is "probably toxic" and "definitely toxic". At least with plants, rocks, and driftwood I can research what they will do.

Seems like it has become necessary to QT decorations.
I trust what nature made. Cheap toys made in China....uhhh...NO! lol
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:41 PM   #13 
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That's exactly why I only use natural decor in my tanks. Live plants and real wood. I don't trust those cheap man made things.
That's me, but I use rocks. Course, it's not practical in all my tanks :/ so those I'm always checking. But I'm working on it! Hopefully this new 29 will be able to supply my other tanks with cuttings as well as being a beautiful natural tank

Noted though, be careful your rocks don't affect the pH!!!
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legos are always aquarium safe....you just have to drill holes in the pieces so they don't hold air and float. either that, or actually build them underwater in the tank :D
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