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Old 11-07-2007, 06:20 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Attn: Columbus SWOAPERS; Looking for "Flourite Black Sand"

You're welcome for the tip about Fox Mill Pets. I should have mentioned that I ordered the new Flourite Dark from them and was very pleased. I did have the same issue with the shipping costs not showing up in my cart, only they never did even after I placed the order. I put in a phone call to see what the costs would be and they apologized for the inconvenience and shipped it free! Now that's service.
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Old 11-09-2007, 01:44 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Just like I thought, the people at Fox Mill Pets emailed me and said the web site didn't figure the shipping correctly. It came out to be $7.35 per bag, which is reasonable for a 15 lb bag and makes for a total cost of $22.82 per bag. Good deal.

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If you actually get this stuff, you are going to have to host a meeting so everyone can check it out! I wonder if this is Seachem's answer to Soilmaster Select?
I should host a meeting just on general principle in the not too distant future.

Soilmaster has always been too light to hold plants down for me and bba likes to grow on it. Over the years, my one tank with Flourite out performs the Onyx tanks - it take less CO2 to drop the Ph, I get better and more healthy growth, almost no algae growth, and the tank seems to stay sweet whereas the Onyx tanks get a lot of mulmy build up in them. I haven't liked the color of Flourite and the grain size was way too big. Now that Seachem has come up with the über solution, "Flourite Black Sand," I'm going to give it a whirl.

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