Aquarium Supplies from the Dollar Store

Quick random video because I stopped into the Dollar Tree today and found a few unexpected things to grab for my tanks.

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Chelsea Girl says:

Lol he acts like he’s never seen a mug before

IFG says:

Def can use a funnel. You can find great aquarium stuff at the least thought of places

milk pills says:

I recently went to Dollarama and it had a full aquamarine kit

Ricky Kenerly Cichlids says:

More people should use coolers when they get their fish!  Especially when it is extremely cold or hot!  Also when they are traveling a good distance and add a battery powered pump to it!

Wubster100 says:

rip lighting

Maximus Aquatics says:

Nice info Steve, great place to look. I was in one the other day and fabricated a pretty cool sand bed mover. It keeps my hands and arm dry and works great, $2 total cost. It’s a win…lol.

SciGuy says:

Great content! I’m cheap. Subscreebed.

Catfish Cave says:

Living in the desert as I do, those would be great when buying groceries and ice cream during the summer…. and of course for fish!

Amy K says:

i was adjusting the brightness on my phone lol its just the video.

Dragon Killer says:

I want to get a pet carrier to take my fish home because the bag is a little unstable and moves around a lot and I’m imagining how much stress the fish are under so I want to get one.

Bradley Fortner says:

Thrift stores can be treasure troves too. You can sometimes get entire setups for next to nothing.

NYCity Cichlids says:

Nice tools

AJK Aquaria says:

Wow those coolers are great. At Jewel-Osco they’re about $5.
The plastic dish scrubbies at dollar stores make for great media as well.

Living Foul says:

Dollar tree has lil sacks of river rocks…useful

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