- BRS Bulk Dry Live Rock Rubble
Multiple pores and holes are great for your tank’s inhabitants. BRS Dry rock is free of nuisance algae and pest organisms.
- Dry rock rubble from Pukani, Reef Saver and Fiji
- Sizes vary
- Sold by the pound or in 10 lb. bags
No shipping to Canada.
No shipping to Canada.
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.
As described, wrapped well for shipping By Gareth on 8/17/2018Gareth would recommend this product to a friendRecieved my rock rubble for use as a substrate in my fuge. Pieces ranged from ~1/2”-3” in size. Was wrapped to protect during transport. Was exactly what i was looking for, and available by the pound to order what i needed not, required bulk purchase.
Just what I needed By David on 8/7/2018David would recommend this product to a friendStuff is great for what I wanted. I wanted to add more rock to my sump for pods, bacteria, ect to grow in and on. The rubble is perfect for that. Also good size to use instead of frag plugs. Size ranged from the size of my thumbnail to 2x the size of a golf ball. In fairness most was about 1"-2" pieces, about 12 were larger than a golf ball. Understand It's not aquascape rock, the term rubble should make that obvious. If I could attach a pic I would but I dont see that option. I'll order more without hesitation for sure
Pebbles not Rubble By Ryan on 7/20/2018Ryan wouldn't recommend this product to a friendPurchased this thinking it would help prop some rocks up with some small rubble pieces, but I didn't get one piece larger than a marble or so. Absolutely worthless, look at the picture above, you'll receive a bag of the smallest piece you see up there.
Great product By Larry on 3/31/2018Larry would recommend this product to a friendIf you have a skimmer box or an overflow system this product is great to fill those voids up with the rubble. It adds more live rock to your system or you can remove some from your display if you want more swimming room for your fish. Either way this stuff is perfect for hiding and looks way better than sump rock.
Great stuff By james on 3/26/2018james would recommend this product to a friendGreat for several uses.. in sump or for attaching frags
3 pounds By Alex on 12/27/2017Alex would recommend this product to a friendSome good sized chunks but was just what I was looking for for great quality!
Unfortunate By AK on 12/20/2017AK wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI bought this to move some frags onto from their plugs. I got 5lbs hoping to get at least 20 or so golf ball sized pieces but I only got about 5 golf ball sized, 5 or so that were slightly smaller but about 98% of it was marble sized and therefore useless to me.
Great By John on 11/25/2017John would recommend this product to a friendOrdered a couple pounds. Got a couple fist sized pieces that made nice additions to my rockwork as well as a bunch of smaller pieces to go in my refugium and use as frag plugs.
Good size for what I wanted By Ferrell on 11/20/2017Ferrell would recommend this product to a friendLots of pukani rubble in my bag but enough rock to do what I wanted. I’ll find a use for the P rock somewhere.
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.
No related items recommended for this product.
Is the rock cured? Or do I need to go through the long painful process of curing the rock myself?
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!
Why no shipping to Canada the dry live rock
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!
Can you request a specific rock, such as 5 lbs of reef saver only?
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!