Is This Safe?

Discussion in 'Driftwood' started by maeh22, May 25, 2018.

  1. maeh22

    maeh22Valued MemberMember

     

     

     
     
  2. AquaticJ

    AquaticJFishlore VIPMember

    That's a hard question, usually I tell people not to buy driftwood unless it's labeled for aquariums. You never know what they might have done to it to "sanitize" it.
     
  3. midna

    midnaWell Known MemberMember

    the manzanita is your best bet. grapewood is gorgeous but too soft, rots quickly and takes forever to sink (some people still use it). i don't know if ghostwood is soft, but like aquaticj said, i'd ask what they did to sanitize it.
     




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