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Old 06-26-2013, 11:03 AM   #1 
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Decorative Rocks

I went on vacation to England for two weeks, and I went to the beach. (the beach was rocks.. not sand, how weird!) and I picked out a few rocks and brought them home with me. How should I go about to treating them, so that they can be placed inside my aquarium?
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you can either boil them (careful they don't explode) or soak them in extremely hot tap water for a full week but change the water twice a day, don't use conditioner till the last day and use 4x the normal amount and they should be good
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