getting driftwood to sink faster : a theory
So as I am soaking my lot of driftwood. I got to thinking, could the process go a bit quicker? I'm uncertain if there is any real correlation to the amount of tanins released and sink time, but what if there were... I'm loosely basing this on the idea of osmosis. I have no evidence that the tanins in the driftwood have buoyant properties to them, but assuming they did - then driftwood would saturate more quickly if you do a series of 100% water changes to remove the tanins in solution and draw out the tanins from the wood.