florida beach sand

Conano

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wouldnt use it in a tank though, After all the hurricanes, no telling what kind of checmicals, and other products have soaked into the sand.
 

schnell76

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All that "hurricane soaked sand" is about 4 feet down in most places. The beach replenishment projects of the last couple years have covered it all up.
 

edwar050

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If you decide to use sand I would try to get it a little inland and in a prisine area like a park instead of right on the beach, but even then you should sift it.
 

Volcmreefer

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<a href=showthread.php?s=&postid=7518343#post7518343 target=_blank>Originally posted</a> by edwar050
If you decide to use sand I would try to get it a little inland and in a prisine area like a park instead of right on the beach, but even then you should sift it.


I live in NW Florida and all of our sand is quartz. I wouldn't advise on doing it, but it is up to you. Don't get caught taking sand from a state park! You'll be in deep @*#$!!
 
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