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Old 10-10-2009, 10:15 AM   #21 
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angelicscars, i wasnt referring to boiling gravel. i was referring to river rock, the size of a dime and bigger. boiling rocks can be dangerous, they can explode.

dramaqueen, i think youd really like the river rock, easier to clean, doesnt fall thru a sieve either.
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I think I've boiled my river rocks too with no problem. (I THINK). I do like the ease of cleaning them. Definitely easier then gravel.
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