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Carbon Coring Terracotta Pot, Aquarium Safe?

Home Forums My Aquarium Carbon Coring Terracotta Pot, Aquarium Safe?

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    turdle
    Member

    Hello, 

    Q: Is Carbon Coring Terracotta Pot, Aquarium Safe? Confused

    I looked online via Google and I could not find anything anywhere related to aquariums just information on how to prevent Carbon Coring in pottery. I need to know if this is safe for fish or not. I break all my pots and use a dremmel to make sure there is no sharp edges. This is for betta and goldfish fresh water tank(s). 

     

    The link below shows you an example of how this pot looks that was purchased from a hardware store. 

    http://community.ceramicartsdaily.org/topic/6428-black-interior-on-terracotta/

     

    Thanks so much for your time! Kiss

    #353922

    Barb Man
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    People use them all the time. Not really sure if the black stuff is okay but if it is pure clay it should be okay but the water parameters might change a little bit so maybe try a controlled experiment.

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    turdle
    Member

    Okay thanks! I will go ahead and try that thanks so much!! Kiss

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