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    Question How wet is to wet for the substrate?

    I was changing my Baby Pacman water and the substrate looks really moist, when I squeezed it water drops but came out but not a lot. What is considered to wet? Thank you

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    Default Re: How wet is to wet for the substrate?

    You’re pretty good on the moisture, should be somewhere in the neighborhood of being able to clump it in to a ball, it breaks apart easily, and where if you really try you can wring out just a little bit of water.

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