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- 15-Jul-12, 06:28 PM #1
Bunnings sand for gecko susbtrate?
Does any one know if the Washed sand (that come in big bags at Bunnings) are ok to use for gecko substrate? such as N.levis or N. Amyae???Youtube Channel: PythonOwner25
I use the bunnings washed sand for my geckos without any drama. Sometimes it can be a little to wet and need to allow time to dry out a little.
- 15-Jul-12, 06:38 PM #3
I bought of bag of double washed sand suitable for childrens sand pits....you can't go wrong with that
less than $8.00 for 20 kgs ... from Bunnings of courseAlmost Magic Reptiles
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- 15-Jul-12, 07:16 PM #5
I sift mine once its dry."Don't feed the lizard spam Ian." :- Wally76
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- 16-Jul-12, 05:09 PM #7
cool Thanks guysYoutube Channel: PythonOwner25
Play sands the go mine all love it
- 16-Jul-12, 07:33 PM #9
I just thought I should point out that play sand doesn't really hold burrows very well.
For my burrowing species I mix in about 30% red desert sand and that seems to do the trick.Keeper and/or breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
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