How to achieve MASSIVE substrate height in aquarium

What’s up Guys, welcome to another Pro Tip video! Today’s video is about: How to build height in your aquarium, without the risk of the entire slope sliding to the front.
And the answer is – using some kind of this Net- .. Zip- .. Bags,
I don’t know how they’re called. Anyway, see you after the intro! So Guys, to use this technique, it’s very simple,
you take this bags. I think they’re available in several different sizes. So choose the one that you need, according to the size of your aquarium, then you fill in your substrate material. I do NOT recommend adding in soil inside, because I guess soil can get out of this bags. But anything like lava split, or maybe a Product like JBL Volcano Mineral or ADA Power Sand, something like that you can fill in in those bags. You can put it into the back of your aquarium and this is super cool, if you want to elevate some hardscape elements and if you want to build height,
without the risk of the slope coming down. Because a bag like this, it’s going to stay securely in the background, not move around. If you have a super heavy rock, It’s going to sit on it also very secure. And yeah, that was a quick one,
super easy to use these bags. Like I said, link is down in the description below and if you like this Pro Tip series,
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