Reef Saver Rock + 7 Aquascaping Tips

Reef Saver Rock is one of the most popular dry rocks that we sell. This is likely for a couple of reasons. First of all, it is called reef saver rock because it is not pulled from a live reef like the other rocks (both live and dry). The fact that it isn’t pulled from »


7 ZEOvit Additives You Can Use In Any Tank

For those who aren’t familiar with the ZEOvit system, it is a unique filtration method for reef aquariums based around creating an extremely low nutrient aquarium environment and then adding back necessary foods and elements via specific supplements. While the entire ZEOvit system is a pretty large endeavor and might be intimidating to some, there »


Kessil A360 | Product Spotlight

“Kessil Logic”, “Dense Matrix LEDs”,” DiCon”, did you know there was so much going on under the hood of the Kessil A360? The Kessil A360 has been on the market for a while now and for a light that seems so simple, there are a lot of things going on under the hood that most »


8 Tips for Curing Your Dry Rock

1.  Clean & rinse the rock manually before you start: Most of the dry rocks on the market like the Fiji, Pukani, or Tonga rock are rock that came from the sea but have been allowed to dry out.  This means that they are often covered in various types of organic matter.  There might be »