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Hi all,

Does anyone know where I can order some nice driftwoods like these which I attached an image below? I really like their roots. Here in my LPS they only sell cheap, ugly and big (crappy) driftwoods that no one doesn't care.

 

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I ordered from manzanita.com and liked them all. They're sand-blasted. However, before you put them in the aquarium, be sure to soak them under water for atleast 2 - 3 weeks.
 

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How did you proceed your order? They don't have e-commerce though.

Thanks for the tips. What type of dritwoods did you order? and how much did it cost you?

I ordered from manzanita.com and liked them all. They're sand-blasted. However, before you put them in the aquarium, be sure to soak them under water for atleast 2 - 3 weeks.
 

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Here's the contact information:
Manzanita Burlworks
P.O. Box 934
2454 Stirrup Road
Borrego Springs, CA 92004
Toll Free: 888.767.4901
760.767.4901
Fax: 760.767.4905
E-mail: [email protected]

Business Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time

Rich asked me the size of my aquarium and recommended a package. The total with shipping came to around $44. My aquarium is a 38-gallon. I have quite a bit left that I plan to use in other aquariums.

You can also give him an idea of the different sizes you want for the package. I gave him my credit card number over the phone as I was comfortable based on the recommendations from other folks.

Good Luck.
 

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You can also contact a member screen name - badcopnofish, he lives in Prescott, AZ. I got my manzanita driftwood and black lava rocks from him.
 
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