Re: Pre sponge filter
Make sure you buy one that you're certain is safe for your livestock. :P Duh lol Make sure it isn't one that will break down overtime either. With the rinsing and squeezing it will be taking overtime, you don't want to skimp on a cheap sponge. You also need to consider the surface area you have. (If you're looking for it to be a biological filter as well as mechanical.) Then you need to consider how porous it is, and what kind of water flow it will allow.
I am Rowdaddy.
20L Convict "Bedroom"
1.5gal in progress
55 gal Paludarium/Vivarium coming soon