Join Date: Sep 2018
Location: Hunterdon county New Jersey usa
Keeping dragon stone from slipping on the glass botom
I am having trouble with keeping my dragon stone from slipping when creating my rock structures. They keep falling over. I am using BDBS on my glass bottom and noticed that it is very slippery as compared to using soil which sticks together and helps the rock from moving out of place.
What is the best way to keep rocks from slipping along the botom of the aquarium when setting up the rock structures? I am hesitant to use egg crate underneath because of concerns of creating hydrogen sulfide pockets from restricting water flow through the gravel.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Also, is it safe to use laundry bags filled with lava rock underneath the BDBS when creating a sloping bottom? Will this creat the potential for hydrogen sulphide pockets to form?