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Congo Wood Driftwood

Congo Wood Driftwood

Regular price $13.99 USD
Regular price $8.25 USD Sale price $13.99 USD
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Congo Wood Driftwood is a newer, popular variant in the driftwood family. This unique style is more dense and complex than it's other driftwood counterparts. It's a versatile driftwood that can be placed in several directions in many placements of the aquarium.

It has many uses and can be easily wrapped with moss, or planted with a java fern or an anubias. However you choose to implement it, it's sure to catch the eye of all spectators.

No two Congo wood driftwood pieces are exactly the same. You will receive a random piece of aquarium driftwood from our inventory.

Like other driftwood, Congo wood can leech tannins into the water, which may cause your aquarium water to turn a slight yellow or brown tint. Don't worry, this is natural and the effects will reduce over time! Boiling the wood prior to use can decrease this effect. 

Make sure you boil the driftwood in a pot of water for approximately 1-2 hours before placing in your aquarium. This will help sanitize the foreign object before introducing it to your fish, as well as help it sink to the bottom faster.

Driftwood may take a few days to sink to the bottom. This is normal. Once the driftwood is fully waterlogged, it will sink to the bottom.

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