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Thread: Seiryu rocks 8kg for $35.99 at Petstock

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    Default Seiryu rocks 8kg for $35.99 at Petstock

    Hey guys,

    Just thought i would post this for other's interested.

    I just bought 8kg of Seiryu rocks from Petstock.

    They have a 20% off sale sitewide which brings the rock down from $44.99 to $35.99. Sale ends tomorrow.

    https://www.petstock.com.au/product/...-box-8kg/49404

    Shipping is $9 but you can pickup for free from a Petstock near you.

    Enjoy

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    Hey Monty1089,

    Thanks for this. Did you pick yours up yet? If so were there big pieces inside the box or were they all crushed up into little pieces?

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    Hi man,

    I posted photos of the packaging and rocks in my journal thread. It came with 6 rocks of various sizes.

    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...782#post585782

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    Bloody hell....bought mine from them yesterday ($44.99)... lol
    I got a huge nice center piece and a couple other ones I can play with, the last one is quite boring so I'll try smash it into smaller pieces

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    Before you put the rocks in, try washing them with acid as some forum members have done. It makes it quite dark and the white veins stand out.

    Need to take extreme care with the sulfuric acid though. Otherwise you can try pressure washing them.

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    Almost makes them look a bit plastic really, but yes very cool technique. Do one though, and you gotta do them all! Significantly changes the look

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    It would be awesome if you can do 'before' and 'after' photos to see the difference after washing them with acid, that is if you decided to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jc12 View Post
    It would be awesome if you can do 'before' and 'after' photos to see the difference after washing them with acid, that is if you decided to do it.
    Someone already posted some pictures on this forum.

    Unfortunately it's too late for me as I had setup my scape.... Although I could remove some to experiment.... Now you are giving me ideas.

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    Great ideas. I might try and get acid to wash it or just use vinegar if it works well.

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