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Personally I use play sand (Argos £2.49 a bag) and have never had a problem, I have only owned 12 leopard geckos in my time, still have 7 at the min, so not that experienced with them :lol: :lol:
 

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I have used both calci sand and play sand, and neve had a prob with either.

Although, I do use kitchen roll for babies, to avoid any sand swa\llowing problems while they are still clumsy eaters.

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play sand.
would you have to wash that first.?
 

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ive used sand but i heard about some people having problems with inpaction, so now im using a large bark chipping. Other people use slate chippings too although they tend to make a noise on them at night :lol:
 

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i would use kitchen roll its cheap looks quite cean and easy to clean out plus theres absolutly no chance of impaction
good luck :D
 

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I've never washed the playsand, though I do sieve it to get out any larger particles that might be in it.
 

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playsand is non toxic, it shouldnt need cleaning.
 
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