Where u can get sandblasting sand.
> Also, someone mentioned sandblasting gravel as a substrate. Where does
> one acquire this stuff? Hardware stores just give me a blank look when I
> ask. Same thing with laterite, vermiculite, etc. Fish stores have never
> heard of any of it (I gotta try some better stores! =)). While I'm
> looking for stuff, a source for SAEs and trumpet snails in the Seattle
> area would be greatly appreciated.
Based on noone above hearing about it ....
I would start w/ your yellow pages under SandBlasting.
Sandblasting sand comes in different sizes, and the common size is not the
size you usually see in aquariums. I THINK it is grade #3 you want. Also
"Rental" places will carry it. It costs about 3$ per 50 lb. bag. Although
I have seen them in fish stores for up to 10$. TexBlast is a "national"
brand. And comes from Texas (thank u very much) ...ooops and also Georgia.
Anyways its hard to believe a "Seattle hi-quality fish store" wouldn't have