Driftwood for a natural aquarium
This unique natural decoration material is collected in places where it washes up. It is a collection of tropical, harder woods that have naturally ended up in the water and have been in it for a longer period of time. As a result, with one exception, it has no sawing surfaces. Each piece of wood can therefore be used in many ways in the aquarium and always gives a natural look!
The natural Driftwood also features sinuous shapes and an erratic texture. The wood can also be covered with mosses and, for example, Java ferns. Each piece of wood is unique and can be purchased separately. By combining several pieces of wood with each other, the aquarium can be decorated in a playful way.
Driftwood S (30-40cm) product information
Photo is indicative. Price is per piece. The color in the photo may differ from reality. TIP: Combine multiple pieces (of different sizes) of Driftwood for maximum effect!
NOTE: In many cases the wood sinks immediately. Before use in the aquarium, soak the piece of wood first to make sure it sinks on its own. Depending on the thickness, it may take several days. Because this is a natural product, it can release substances into the water, which can cause it to turn yellow.