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Cloth mache can give textures that paper just can't. I also think it's more time effective because you put on whole sheets at once. Theoretically you could use plaster to make similar textures, I just didn't have any.
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The water drips straight back into the fish tank in about 15 second I would guess. Yes you could use an overhead pump but only if it pulled water from the bottom of the tank. This is because the Nitrate sits on the bottom, so the pump needs to have a tube that sits maybe an inch or less from the rocks at the bottom. Make sure the tube has a piece of mesh over it so it won't accidentally suck up a fish. I used a ten gallon tank and about a 40 gallon an hour pump, and I would suggest going with something a little stronger. This is because the water pressure on mine isn't enough to reach all of the parts of my plant pot, and if it was more powerful I feel like it could.
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