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    I'd be happy to try it out. I'm in he process of putting together a few vivs right now, so it would be a good ime to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside Reptiles View Post
    I'd be happy to try it out. I'm in he process of putting together a few vivs right now, so it would be a good ime to do so.
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    Unfortunately, we do not ship to P.O. Boxes. Feel free to provide a physical address to our email and we'll gladly send you out a bag to try; info "at" lugarti "dot" com
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    Hmmmm. sounds interesting. Can you supply me with a youtube video of the product? I cant seem to find one with a quick google search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kholtme View Post
    Hmmmm. sounds interesting. Can you supply me with a youtube video of the product? I cant seem to find one with a quick google search.
    We are working on a YouTube video as we speak!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    I emailed him today regarding UTHs and whether his Natural Reptile Bedding insulates or not.
    NRB lessens heat transfer from UTH's. While tiles work great, with NRB you won't need to use them at all. You can easily adjust the substrate to the perfect depth for the exact temperature your animal needs, and create varying levels for different spots with multiple temps. The key is to pack down NRB tight when using it.
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    I would really love to try this stuff out and make a review for this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kholtme View Post
    I would really love to try this stuff out and make a review for this site.
    Feel free to provide a physical address to our email and we'll gladly send you out a bag to try; info "at" lugarti "dot" com
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    I received some of Lugarti's Natural Reptile Bedding in the mail yesterday. I put it in my tank tonight and it seems very promising. I really like it so far. I made a review video/installation video that i will upload to youtube but i want to wait at least a week before I finish the video. Thank you Lugarti for sending me enough substrate to cover my 40 gallon tank. It was the prefect amount to do what i had planned. The substrate was easy to pack and molds very good for tunnels. Im surprised how strong my tunnels turned out. They could hold quite a lot of weight before caving in. Thanks again, ill update with any questions now, or later when i upload my video.
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    Here's my review, if you have a comment or question about my review, please do so on my thread and not this one. I dont want people to miss good information because they dont want to read 3 pages into a thread to find the review.

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    This does seem interesting for bioactive. Most of the ingredients are what us bioactive keepers use in our everyday mixes for substrates that we use in the vivariums. My only concern is how it would affect plants being that it packs down almost like excavator clay when you mold it. I may try this out eventually in my leopard gecko tank.
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