I'd say the deepest is approximately 3 inches considering the black border of the tank actually hides .5 inches of open space underneath the bottom glass.herefishyfishyfishy said:Looking good. How deep is the gravel in the deepest parts?
Lace rock is inert, so no. I've almost always used Lace Rock, so I'm not sure if it raises pH or not. My pH seems to always be steady with what Chicago water is though.Kopeth said:Does lace rock leech any chemicals or alter PH in your tank. I have a 20G long I want to use that in.
One more question and I'll stop bothering youKeithrils said:Lace rock is inert, so no. I've almost always used Lace Rock, so I'm not sure if it raises pH or not. My pH seems to always be steady with what Chicago water is though.
But, from my experience it comes very dirty and dusty, so giving it a nice scrub down is a good idea!
I did assemble the pieces together, but I just stacked them. They are pretty rough and gritty, which makes stacking them really easy. But, that's also why my substrate is up to three inches deep in some areas - to hold pieces right. The great thing about lace rock is that it comes in so many different shapes and sizes that you can make anything you want, really. And, a lot of pieces come with different holes and caves already.Kopeth said:One more question and I'll stop bothering you
Did you have to assemble pieces together to make those shapes? If so did you use some sort of adhesive or just stack them?