I was in Home Depot yesterday and noticed they have white starboard for sale.'i was considering going bare bottom on my new 150 and covering TNT bottom with it but a couple of questions came from that.
1 the stuff is very slippery, is there a method to anchoring the LR to it or does it just sit...
A different lfs convinced me to go with a crushed coral after I siphon out all the sand. But i'm not sure about it. I know I have to place my rocks on something and I dont want to do pvc eggcrate. What else can I use? Where can I get starboard? And do I have to empty the tank to put it in...
Well, I finally have a few days off so its time to get this build going.
I have been looking at all this stuff for almost a year while I researched and figured out what equipment I wanted. so its time to put all of this stuff to use.
just finished cutting out the corners of the starboard for...
just picked up the new tank yesterday and i'm going to go with a starboard bottom and wanted to be sure if this is the right stuff. never used it before.
this is what i found.
I'm buying some white starboard from cuttingboardcompany website and they offer to bevel the edge for free. I asked them to send pics of beveled vs sharp edge for comparison, but they just sent back a description. I am undecided which to go with. If I was actually using it for a cutting...
Where can I buy "Starboard" for bare bottom tank?
Also, I've heard some people glued crush coral or aragonite sand over it for more natural look. Pros and Cons? Is there any negative effect in the long run?