[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: sinking driftwood

Piabinha at aol_com wrote:

>grrrrr...  i ordered some driftwood and buttonwood from a company in florida, 
>which specializes in tropical (non) aquatic plants, but i asked them 
>specifically if their product would sink or float (i told them it'd be for an 
>aquarium).  they said it'd sink.  well, 16 pieces arrived and they all float!  
>is there a relatively easy way to "treat" this wood?  i don't want to have to 
>send it back...  next time, i should be more aware of what "decorative" 
>driftwood means...
>tsuh yang chen, nyc USA

Speaking of driftwood, I recently bought a super large piece from


and I'm *very* pleased with it. It is simply impossible to find such a
large and gorgeous piece in a fish store. Based on how much LFSs charge
for decent but smaller pieces, the one I bought was also very reasonably
priced. And, btw, it sinks like a rock...

As always, I have no affiliation with the company whatsoever, just a
happy customer.

- Ivo Busko
  Baltimore, MD

  "Buy a fish, Save a tree !"
  Project Piaba: http://www.angelfire.com/pq/piaba/