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Weird stuff's a-growin on the sand.

cthulhu77

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Without photos or a better description, it would be impossible to say. Check your water parameters too !
 

AprylWillis

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I usually just sift the sand. I wouldn't recommend putting anything that claims it can get rid of it by simply putting in a liquid. Do you have a vacuum? That's how I sift my sand--I also do it manually. What type of light do you use?
 

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Well, before we all get excited, it would probably be best to find out what the particulates are like, and maybe a pic or two?
 

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I don't know if we should wait for him to take pictures. I would recommend siphoning out like Animal Mother and I suggested.
 

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