Malaysian Driftwood

Malaysian driftwood is probably what comes to mind when you think about adding wood to your aquarium. This is a very versatile aquascaping material that allows you to create a natural environment that your fish and plants will love.  Wrap the wood with moss, glue down some Anubias, or stick a clump of Buce onto it.  Wi...Read more

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Malaysian driftwood is probably what comes to mind when you think about adding wood to your aquarium. This is a very versatile aquascaping material that allows you to create a natural environment that your fish and plants will love.  Wrap the wood with moss, glue down some Anubias, or stick a clump of Buce onto it.  With so many different usages, you can truly let your imagination run wild.   

Driftwood can leech tannins which can cause a slight yellow or brown tint to your water.  This is natural and the effects will reduce over time.  Boiling the wood prior to use can decrease the tannins leeching.  

Malaysian driftwood is dense and generally does not float upon initial use

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