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  1. Hi I am curious if the Aquarium Co Op black airline tubing is ok to use with CO2?
  2. We recently ordered from Co-Op and purchased a few minor, miscellaneous items more to "test out" than anything else. The products are really great quality. Black Air Line Tubing -- This stuff is great when you've got black backgrounds. It really "hides" nicely. But much more important, the ease of working with the rubber-like plastic is a dream! No more wrestling with stiff airline, trying to get it to fit onto air stones, on valves, etc. This stuff is very flexible, while still sealing wonderfully. I'd buy it in any color over some B-grade airline. Once you get this stuff, everything else is inferior. Ziss Aqua Never-Clog Air Stones -- These are nice, because the stone is heavy, and holds airline down in the water. The end can be screw-tightened by hand to make finer flow, or loosened for a more rapid bubbling. I'm slowly replacing every airstone in our fishroom with these. They're just great! 4-Way Metal Gang Valve -- I've got to confess, I've been struggling with terrible valves until now. These are amazing! Never again will I waste money on cheap plastic junk, with knobs that are hard to turn. These metal valves are really easy to turn. It would be nice if there was a simple way to clip them to the rim of a tank (maybe someone has a hack?). They can be really finely regulated. I want to really commend Co-Op for carefully rolling out products that are quality. True hobbyists will come to love these products!
  3. I knew it was just a matter of time before I lost the little rubber thing that holds my planting tweezers closed. So...I cut a small piece of AQ airline tubing. It works great and if I lose it, I can just cut another one!
  4. So I made a floater corral which can auto adjust to water levels during water changes similar to one of @Irene's videos, but as built, it only allowed me to do ~20% water changes, which so far has been fine. 10ppm nitrate is the max I've seen, but I just doubled my bioload so I want the option of _easy_ higher water changers. I tried to make the sticks longer but then they become very prominent in my view and they look ugly. So I replaced the suction cups with clips that hold bamboo skewers along the wall but they still stick out like a sore thumb. Having just got some airline though I found I could run the air line over the bamboo to make it black and nearly invisible against my background. Here's photos of what I mean.
  5. To minimize visual impact, I would like to secure airline tubing and power cord for a heater to a corner of my tank. Would the super glue that is used for securing plants to hardscape work?
  6. Any helpful tips to get airline tubing onto gang valves? I am having a great deal of difficulty to get standard tubing to slide on. Tried petroleum jelly, didn't help; Thanks for any help.
  7. i have been looking around and have not found anything. What are some creative solutions people have?
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