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Organizing Aquarium Supplies

If you are like most fish lovers, you have lots of aquarium supplies. Try using the plastic containers that you get from large bulk stores like Costco; their grapes containers for example. They are large, stack-able, and the best thing is you can see though them.

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Now separate your supplies according to your needs. Fish foods, air pump accessories, extra air hoses, filters, water treatment supplies, decorations, toys, fake plants, different size fish nets, etc. They all go into their own container. I always keep one for odds and ends too, so I can later place that something in the appropriate container. Since they are stack-able, they fit under most aquarium stands, and you have no more messy aquarium supplies.

By artwest-1 from Seattle, WA

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