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· Contains Aragonite – the most dissolvable form of calcium Carbonate
· Natural Porous structure provides maximum surface area for biological filtration
· Smooth “sphere” shape prevents damage to the burrowing invertebrates or jawfish
· Free from harmful impurities including nitrates and phosphates.
· Pre-washed so only minimal rinsing is required prior to use.

</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>I can get some of this stuff at a good price.
Does someone know if its good to use.
Tank is a 125 FOWLR and soft corals.
I just dont feel like washing the old sand in the 120.
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Whatever you get definately ditch the old sand, although your softies will like it dirty so will the algae, that stuff has a wierd sphereical look to it and personally if you are gonna get something go live sand. It reminds me of this stuff they make for fresh water plenums that is why I cringe when I see it.
 

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On my 125 I might add I did a SSB and it was covered by 3 bags with enough to make it worthwhile.
 
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