WIO Jade Stone (per kg) COLLECTOR'S EDITION
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WIO Jade Stone is a true gem of the natural world. Its distinctive green hue is created by the presence of iron, magnesium, and other metallic compounds that produce a...
WIO Jade Stone is a true gem of the natural world. Its distinctive green hue is created by the presence of iron, magnesium, and other metallic compounds that produce a stunning array of colours and reflections. Formed deep within the Earth's tectonic plate boundaries, jade stone is a rare and highly sought-after material that cultures around the world have treasured for centuries.
In the aquascaping world, jade stone is a unique and versatile material that adds a fresh touch to any aquascape. The singular colour and shape of the stone are ideal for creating an Iwagumi-style aquascape, and the texture and shades of green are deeply enhanced underwater, creating a stunning visual effect that is both soothing and mesmerizing.
Jade stone can be easily crafted and broken to create small stone details and landslides, making it an ideal material for creating intricate and detailed aquascapes. Its highly sought-after and rare nature and stunning beauty make it a prized possession among aquascaping enthusiasts.
Unlike some other stones, jade stone does not affect water hardness, making it a safe and ideal choice for aquascaping.
- Unique green hue colour stone
- Ideal for Iwagumi style aquascapes
- Enhanced texture and shades of green underwater
- Easily crafted and broken
- Highly sought after and rare stone with limited supply
- Does not affect water hardness
- Type: Metamorphic stone
- Colour: Ranges from pale green to grey.
- Texture: Unique texture with shades of green.
- Stone size: Available from 10 to 30 cm.
- Water hardness: Does not affect water hardness.
- It can be used in both aquatic and terrarium environments.
- Rinse rocks and stones with water before use. Use a brush to clean it before introducing the rocks into the aquarium.
- Avoid placing rocks directly on the glass, as they can be very heavy and sharp. Instead, place the substrate before placing the hardscape to help fix the exact stone position with more freedom.
- Always secure the stones, especially when placing one rock on another. You can do so with Scape Adhesives.
- Position stones a few centimetres away from aquarium glass walls to facilitate maintenance.
- Control any alterations in pH and kH by regular water changes with osmotic or soft water or by using a water conditioner if necessary.
- Safe for fish, shrimps, and other aquatic animals