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20-lb CaribSea LifeRock Aquarium Rock EXPIRED

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PetSmart has 20-lb CaribSea LifeRock Aquarium Rock for $57.99. Shipping is free for Treats Rewards members (free to join).

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Key Features:
  • This CaribSea LifeRock Assortment Box features beautiful marine rock infused with living spored bacteria for a reduced cycle time. Beautifully crafted with multiple textures and coatings, this environmentally responsible assortment includes regular, shelf, and branch styles for a more spectacular eco-scape.
  • No hitchhiking and no curing
  • Will not spike pH
  • Includes: 20 lb of assorted rocks
  • Intended Pet(s): Suitable for all marine, reef and African cichlid Aquaria
  • Material(s): Rock
  • Color: Purple, Pink, Brown

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    • Our research indicates that 20-lb CaribSea LifeRock Aquarium Rock is $30 lower (34.1% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $87.99 at the time of this posting. -StrawMan86
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Half off 20lbs CaribSea LifeRock.
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^ Somebody doesn't know what they are talking about.
This is not for freshwater tanks...

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thats great

Thanks AdamD2841
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I used to have something similar to this and they turn into brownish green (due to Algae) very soon.

They are so difficult to clean.. Once in a while I have to dip it in a bleach solution and rinse, dry etc before I move them back into my aquarium.
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Quote from prvns :
I used to have something similar to this and they turn into brownish green (due to Algae) very soon.

They are so difficult to clean.. Once in a while I have to dip it in a bleach solution and rinse, dry etc before I move them back into my aquarium.
Saltwater or fresh? I haven't had any issues in my reef tank.
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Saltwater or fresh? I haven't had any issues in my reef tank.
Fresh :-)...
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Fresh :-)...
In saltwater aquariums this rock would get covered in coralline algae and corals. I only ever see used in Saltwater.
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In saltwater aquariums this rock would get covered in coralline algae and corals. I only ever see used in Saltwater.
Got it. Thanks buddy!
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This is great stuff and a great deal. If you're planning anytype of saltwater setup grab a few boxes and then add special shapes later
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$58 for rock, not SD.
Go outside lots of free rocks, just gotta clean em
^ Somebody doesn't know what they are talking about.
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This is slick! The price is no where near for in store rock prices at LFS and it's CaribSea. Good Deal, Enjoy.
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What is the purpose of this? Can someone fill me in. Thanks
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I used to have something similar to this and they turn into brownish green (due to Algae) very soon.

They are so difficult to clean.. Once in a while I have to dip it in a bleach solution and rinse, dry etc before I move them back into my aquarium.
This is not for freshwater tanks...
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What is the purpose of this? Can someone fill me in. Thanks
Its rock for saltwater aquariums and works kind of like a natural filter by hosting algae and bacteria that can be used as food for fish/inverts and balances the water

Not sure the benefit of "brand name" rock but this is a very good price
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