Thanks, and im a dudette(female) I noticed your from europe , loved it there, lived in germany for six years. (near frankfurt). Beautiful area, we never got to go to belgium but we did see italy, switzwerland,austria and germany of course.KoenEeckhoudt said:nice dude
Well, i noticed that it is easy to vacume sand, just do it like for gravel only do not jam it into the sand like you do for gravel. Debris will sit on top of the sand so there is no need anyway. If you jam it in then it will suck up the lighter sand. Just lightly run it along the surface of the sand. After you do it a couple times its easier than gravel vacuming and twice as fast. (if you suck any up then you just tap it right away and it falls out, if you really get it up there then simply clamp the hose and it all falls back out the tube.atajuni said:Very nice.
One question that I would like to ask you, which is the one that you prefer to have a bare bottom tanks or covered the bottom with sands.
Wouldn't it be difficult to do syphoning with sands covering the bottom tanks ?
what i thought was water damage was actually just dirty water spots, no need to refinish :thumb:cichlidgirl1 said:Thanks, the stand is in excellent shape. I am going to lightly sand and put some red oak stain/polyeurothane on it. It wont take much to whip it into shape since it looks fine as is. I just like a good waterproofing coat anyway.