ADMWNDSR83 Posted August 9, 2020 Share Posted August 9, 2020 So here's the scoop... There's a 37 gallon tank in my living room, willing for a filling. I stopped by my local pet supply store today (The local guy, not a box), and picked up two nice pieces of driftwood. One is pre-attached to a slate slab so it sits on bottom. The other is more natural. Both are soaking in a rubbermaid tote for a few days until I am blessed with my shipment from AQUARIUM CO-OP(3 Amazon Sword, 2 Vallisneria, 3 Micro sword.) My concern is that the larger of the pieces of driftwood will not stay sunk. How long does it take to waterlog spiderwood? Or, how do others make it stay down. Superglue crossed my mind, but then it can never be moved, removed, or cleaned, right? I'd love your thoughts! Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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