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Pieces are mainly marble to golf-ball sized with some tennis balls. We are unable to take special requests on sizes because it is all mixed together. Can be used as frag plugs or set in sumps or refugiums for added filtration benefits.
Pay a dollar more and get what you want By Dick on 4/13/2017Dick wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThe rock was more like pebbles and dust less like rubble. Mostly reef saver which is not porous at all and looks nothing like the picture. Waste of money... Pay a dollar more and get the good stuff.
I would buy it again By Sammy on 1/10/2017Sammy would recommend this product to a friendGreat stuff
One who hates frag plugs By Jason P. on 12/10/2016Jason P. would recommend this product to a friendI hate frag plugs. They serve the purpose on frag racks and in stores etc, but not in my tank. First thing I do is take the coral off the plug and glue it to live rock rubble. This 10lb bag gives you plenty of shapes etc to do just that. I like to rinse them all off in a bucket all at once. When you see the color of the water when you're done you'll understand why.
Excellent product By Coralfuture on 7/25/2016Coralfuture wouldn't recommend this product to a friendMy 10lbs was an excellent mix of sizes and rock perfect for frags and hiding rock connections will be purchasing again!
Exactly what I wanted By Chris on 6/11/2016Chris would recommend this product to a friendI ordered a small amount (to fill out a gift card order). The rock I received was a wide variety of sizes. Smallest (5% or so) was about the size of a pea. Half was in the nickel/quarter sized range, the remaining (almost half) was in the half-dollar size range. Some could be used as frag plugs, but not many. I will be using it in my QT tank, and the some in my nano tank. Rock seems very porous and light for it's size. Seems to be a mix of Fiji and Pukani.
Note: A few (very few) rocks had dead material on it. Definitely LONG DEAD, so no chance of pests, but if you are using a ton of this for your tank, you may want to cure it first.
tijuana bc By Angel Alfonso on 4/1/2016Angel Alfonso would recommend this product to a friendme gusto mucho todo llego bien
"I loved it all came good"
Great product. By stubeef on 3/26/2016stubeef would recommend this product to a friendThis product was much better than expected. The rubble came in many different sizes. Some I used in my tank. Some I used in my refugium. One nice little piece went up on my large rock pieces. Would highly recomend buying this product.
Perfect for my needs By Jessica on 1/4/2016Jessica would recommend this product to a friendI ordered one pound of this for some extra rubble for my Blue Spotted Jawfish to build a few extra burrows and to be able to select the size he wanted. It worked perfectly for what I wanted and there was a ton of it for only being a pound. Thanks BRS!
Disappointed... By Diving The Word on 12/11/2015Diving The Word wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI bought these because from the picture they would be very good to attach my frags to. But what I received was just solid junk reef rock. The rock is not porous at all and looks nothing like the picture. Waste of money...
Great product By Jeanette on 8/17/2015Jeanette would recommend this product to a friendGreat product. Rocks are nice size. I like to use them for attaching frags of softies - leathers, etc. And for zoas that I have purchased. They seem to do so much better after removing them from the frag plugs and butting them on rock.
Fuge-Tastic! By Steve on 6/26/2015Steve would recommend this product to a friendBought the 10lb bag and put it in my refugium and it works wonders. Lots of small rocks that are pretty porous and greatly increase your biological filtration. I also used some of the pieces to fill in small gaps in the rockwork of my display tank.
ROCKIN' ROCK By Jim on 6/9/2015Jim would recommend this product to a friendA bag of rocks seems like a funny way to spend your money on but for a reefer it's par for the coarse. The rock was of a nice size and there was hardly any small fragments as you might expect from shipping. A nice selection from the people at BRS! I recommend it!
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We would suggest curing the Rubble rock for 4-6 weeks or until any ammonia is not present anymore before adding it to an established tank. None of the rock we carry is cured and that way you can save a lot on overnight shipping that is required to keep the rock alive, and also that ensures that there are no nuisance pests hitchhiking on the rocks.
Curing is really just the process of re-wetting the rock, generally in saltwater, and allowing for the left-over dead organics to break down and dissolve prior to adding to your display tank. There isn't really a "right" way to do this, but if you want to get more in-depth on the process, we do have a video which you might find helpful!
This rock can contain small amounts of decaying algae and material which limit it being able to ship across boarders. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Unfortunately this rubble is mix together of several types and unable to request a specific type. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!