Black sand.

Discussion in 'Substrates' started by TDI-line, 4 May 2008.

  1. TDI-line

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  2. Steve Smith

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    Not used that black sand, but I've used the Hagen black river sand which is nice. Has a sort of dark grey/black look and looks quite natural. The Eco wouldn't necessarily need topping, and looks quite nice on its own too :)
     
  3. TDI-line

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    Oh, so the Eco-complete is all i would need, so no upper layer would be required.

    Is that correct? :?:
     
  4. Ed Seeley

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    Eco-complete is a 'complete' substrate!!! :lol: You can use it on it's own with no top layer.
     
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