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hi everyone i know this is not about birds but i wanted to share i just started my own business please check out my web site. these warmers use a light bulb to heat up scented blocks to make your house smell good i have been using them and they do not hurt birds no mist or spray is in the air only the scent. let me know if you have any questions. https://lisaowens.scentsy.us/Home

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Thats cool! And all your products are bird safe?

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i have been using it i don't leave it on all the time but it does not seem to bother my birds. it is not a spray it is wax that is melted i have had mine since before Christmas and my birds have had no problems

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i just talked to someone that would no for sure they said it is completely bird or pet safe

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I don't know if it would be bird safe? Scented candles are just wax with a wick and they are harmful to birds. Any smoke or scented particles can irritate a bird. Even if they don't show symptoms of being irritated right away it could still be harming them.
I wouldn't trust any scented products around birds that are so sensitive to things like that...



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I don't know if it would be bird safe? Scented candles are just wax with a wick and they are harmful to birds. Any smoke or scented particles can irritate a bird. Even if they don't show symptoms of being irritated right away it could still be harming them.
I wouldn't trust any scented products around birds that are so sensitive to things like that...
there is no wick i am just trying to get the word out about it and i was told by someone that knows more than i do that it is pet safe. (including birds) please before anyone judges please go on my site and just look at what i am talking about. it is not a candle they are warmers.

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Oh I'm not judging, I was just concerned.
Now that I know what they are (sorry, didn't look beforehand ) those look like they'd be fine. They're like oil melter thing (like, a candle under oil which heats up and makes the room smell).



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Oh I'm not judging, I was just concerned.
Now that I know what they are (sorry, didn't look beforehand ) those look like they'd be fine. They're like oil melter thing (like, a candle under oil which heats up and makes the room smell).
exactly thank you for looking yeah but no candle

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exactly thank you for looking yeah but no candle
That's cool.



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Those are really cool! Even if they're not bird safe, other people can still buy them + I'm sure not everybody has birds in every single room either so I see no problem

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i bought one before i started selling them it is a lot bigger than what expected it to be i got one with birds on it

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