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Today I'm getting rid of the flatworm pest. And I'm about an hour in treatment and the crazy thing is that everything is open like acans. I don't know if it triggers a feeding
Or what but everyone in the tank is great. I didn't have as many as I thought I did. But still alot
 
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I know I started my build thread late. It's been going for right 6 months now. It's a 90 gal. With a Ruby trigger 36 sump.
10 gal. ATO
Skimz pyramid skimmer
Noopsyche hybrid lights
Refugium w/ tunz grow light
Neptune apex system
Trident
DOS etc... .
Maxspect gyre 350
Skimz 18ss wave Maker
Jaboa UV
Swirl return pump
Finnex heaters
And the tank is SPS dom....
I wish I knew about R2R before I started my build.
I been messing with salt water for about 10 years this is my first time ever growing SPS. Still learning and thanks everyone for helping and sharing there knowledge.
 
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A trick to get the surface super smooth is a damp rag wipe with the grain it raises the grain a little then let it dry, sand it smooth, do a few times and the wood will be smooth as glass before you even finish it.
 
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A trick to get the surface super smooth is a damp rag wipe with the grain it raises the grain a little then let it dry, sand it smooth, do a few times and the wood will be smooth as glass before you even finish it.
Ok thanks
 

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Nice work on the tank and stand!
 

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Most of the time I put one coat of clear. Then sand when dries but I'm going to do it like you said. Thanks for the advice sounds great.
No problem, trick I learned from a teacher in school when he was making a full wall entertainment center for his loving room. It made the finished product look amazing. Cant wait to see how yours turns out.
 

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