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  1. Hey everyone, long time no post! We are kind of short-staffed at the store right now, so I've been working a lot and haven't had much free time to hang out here. As a side note, if you're interested in working at a fish store and you're near Plano, TX, let me know 😉 If you've got egg crate kicking around like I normally do, this test kit rack will probably cost you nothing. I did put some clear mylar on the bottom to keep the tubes from falling out, but you could just as easily just put another piece of egg crate offset under the bottom panel. Everything is just stuck together with super glue and I cut the egg crate with wire cutters. I'll eventually put a handle on it or something to make it easier to carry, but it's not that difficult to pick it up by the sides, either. Feel free to use, improve upon, and mix up this idea. Hopefully it helps someone out!
  2. Though I only needed a small amount for my filter, I bought two coarse sponges from Aquarium Co-op. Because you never know... Last week I cut out a rectangle to try and fill the gap between the HOB and the glass (I didn't want my betta to find out the hard way he's gotten too big to hang out there). It was too thick so I used something else. The sponge stayed on the counter to dry. Tonight when doing my water tests, I saw the sponge sitting there, and a light bulb went off. Here's another use for the coarse sponge. I always had this fear of the vials tipping and breaking. This gives me some ease.
  3. Hello Fellow Aquarists and Happy New Year! I am looking for a recommendations o a rack/holder to hold all tubes and solution bottles for water tests Any ideas will be appreciated... Thanks a lot!
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