|Fish Type||Koi & Pond Fish, Goldfish||Goldfish, Koi & Pond Fish||Goldfish, Koi & Pond Fish||Goldfish, Koi & Pond Fish||Tropical Freshwater, Marine Fish, Discus...|
|Aquarium Type||Pond||Pond||Pond||Pond||Freshwater, Saltwater|
Yep, I had to throw it away. I bought the marine blue color and I rinsed it 3 times and even let it soak for hours and the color still bled. My hands were blue! There was no way I was going to trust putting it in my tank. I wishI had read reviews before I ordered it.
Cannot recommend. I've been rinsing and soaking the 20 pounds for over a week, and the rinsate is still blue. My hands are blue afterward. I'm wary.
The purple passion is a nice dark purple as shown. Would definitely buy again.
The 9 5lb bags of aquarium gravel was packed ON TOP of the filter!!! And one bag of gravel had a hole in it! Have they no common sense???!!!
It looks great! Be sure to rinse thoroughly. There is lots of excess dye and small pieces that float and get into the filter or the fish confuse for food.
This sand like gravel BLEEDS so much I had to wash for a good hour, stained my hands and the bucket. Always wash until water runs clear!! It does take a while but once the water is clear I’ve had no issues with the gravel bleeding inside the tank and I can grab it without it staining my fingers so if your up for a good long gravel soak and wash I say buy this one! Works well in both my tanks with no bleeding or staining issues. My only issue is when I clean the gravel it’s so sand like a little bit tends to suck through the vacuum siphon.
just what I needed for my Beta , the color was great
I bought the white rocks when I decided to redecorate my fish tank. First of all my fish tank looks so nice, the white really brings the whole thing together. Seem like decent quality rocks. I sanitized them with boiling water before putting them in the tank. No paint flaking. I did notice a lot of dust when I strained them after rinsing. (you should always rinse and strain new rocks bc the dust is very bad for your fish to breath in) That wouldn't have bothered me so much if it was only dust. However, a pretty big portion of the rocks are TINY. Like almost sand. I lost a good 1/4 of the rock when I strained them. (I used a cullender with very small holes). Waisted a good portion of my rocks. and almost destroyed my sink (I noticed it wasn't just dust coming out and managed to quickly block the drain. cant imagine what it would have done to my sink if I hadn't caught it so fast) and made a huge mess for me to clean up- scooping handfuls of basically course sand out of my sink. If I wanted sand for my tank I would have ordered it- I wanted rocks. Disappointing. But the quality of the remaining rocks and how nice my tank looks with them kept me from giving them 1 star.
Yup! It sure was red gravel! Red I say! Red gravel!
I rinsed it before putting into my tank and the water came out bright red. I thought maybe it was just the initial rinse so I washed it several more times with the same result. I put it in a bucket so I could move the gravel around to rinse it outside of the bag but the water was still coming out red. After letting it sit for a few minutes I thought the color would settle, instead it stained the bucket. I would not trust using this with fish unless you want everything stained the color of the gravel.