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Caribsea Arag-Alive Bimini Pink 10 lb
Posted: 10/27/2008 from AURORA, CO UNITED STATES
The sand is great for getting set up with little effort. I did mix it with some non-live sand in a tub of pre-mixed saltwater prior to placing in my tank. I did not see any rise in nitites or ammonia.
Tank was really cloudy. That worried me for a short while. But, the tank cleared up nicely.
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