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  • Posted on: 5/6/2004 13:30
Ice rock #1
Does ice rock affect water chemistry?
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Re: Ice rock #2
Not quite sure on that, but I think one of our members has a chunk of it in her tank and it appears to be ok, at least it looks like a chunk of cristle rock if that is what you mean
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Re: Ice rock #3
I only worry it may make the water harder..., which I don't need.
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Re: Ice rock #4
I had a chunk of Rose quartz in my tank (my mum likes crystal healing etc) and it didn't affect anything. Not sure of the geology of "ice rock"???
I still have some rocks, which make a bridge in the tank. We collected those from a lake in the hills, but on reading about these kinds of rocks, it was quite a bad a idea and not recommended at all. Am going to change them when i find a replacement
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