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Eco complete address..........

I plan to change sustrate in one of my tanks to onyx sand.
I have done search and mostly i've read thats its good ,either way theres a good chance i will get it if i can't get eco complete
Well after doing all the searching about onyx sand, Eco complete always keeps coming up and up again.Ive tried to get to there web site, i only get first page then i enter then thats it,no futher i can go.
I would like the right address please so i can see if i can get it sent to australia.
Costs is not that much of an issue (well within some sort of reason).

Why you ask well i've see it in the photo album it looks good and i like the dark colour better than the orange i got at the moment, the coloured ones they sell at lfs tend to chip, fade, what have you.
Also i dont have the time to find another kind of substrate from elsewhere and its just easier to buy it.
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72 Gallon All Glass Aquarium and Stand with Glass top, Eheim 2126 Pro II Thermo Canister Filter, Pressurized Co2, 260watt Coralife Lunar Lights, 100% Eco-Complete
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Betsey there can answer any questions if you give them a call on their 1800 number or shoot me an email if you have any questions on it. Good stuff
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I bought a bag for little tank of mine and although the plants grow well it really hardened up my water, it claims i doesnt. Has anyone else experienced this?

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Remember we dont keep fish or plants, we keep the water they live in......

10gal, 48 watts CF, Co2 with PH controller. Under substrate heating.

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I have used Eco-Complete on two tanks. I have extremely soft water. I have never noticed a hardness change when using Eco-Complete.
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Gem, please read your other post on eco complete where I responded to your 'increased KH/Gh' question.
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Yeah cheers, i have had this tank set-up around a month or so, maybe i'll just keep up water changes and see what goes.

Eheim Pimp No 246 Eheim 2324 Thermo
Remember we dont keep fish or plants, we keep the water they live in......

10gal, 48 watts CF, Co2 with PH controller. Under substrate heating.

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