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    I have Jonathan at Reefwerks getting my 210 gal reef tank build going. I have a question on sand selection. please give me feedback on this sand. CaribSea Dry Aragonite Fiji Pink Reef Sand. Thanks

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    In general, I would go with as fine of sand as you can tolerate. Tolerate meaning...depending on how much flow you have, the fine stuff tends to more easily become a sand storm. I'm not sure of the size relative to others of Fiji Pink Reef Sand. I believe the stuff I am using now is the second from the finest grade and it did take awhile to settle in.

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