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RE: Winter heating options?

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Posted by: damesta at Mon Oct 22 21:13:27 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by damesta ]  
   

Ive heard alot of mixed opinions on the heat pads, alot of people seem to have problems with ants when they put them directly on the ground and Ive been told that with sulcatas its better to heat the whole room up then to have a heat source like a pad for them to sleep on. Plus they are the most expensive option, is there any reason I shouldn't just use lamps or a space heater to heat their whole shed up to 80 degrees or so?


   

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