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    Often think about lighting some candles when I work from a hotel to add a little more atmosphere but will it set off the smoke alarm? And would it be allowed?

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    don't do it, Pia. you can buy battery candles in the euro shops. xxx

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    Better not to chance it Pia, fake candles would be better and a lot safer. Not worth the chance of the smoke alarm going off.

    Candles certainly do add to the athmosphere.
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    they don't like kettles either. i know a guy who burnt his foot bad when he walked
    into his travel kettle left on floor. common sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danish Pia View Post
    Often think about lighting some candles when I work from a hotel to add a little more atmosphere but will it set off the smoke alarm? And would it be allowed?
    When I toured, I always used candles. Candles totally chill me out, I love them. I never had any problems with them but when you blow them out, just make sure you fan the air to break up the smoke. Honestly, I have never had any problems and very often, my clients comment on the relaxing, calm and warm atmosphere x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    When I toured, I always used candles. Candles totally chill me out, I love them. I never had any problems with them but when you blow them out, just make sure you fan the air to break up the smoke. Honestly, I have never had any problems and very often, my clients comment on the relaxing, calm and warm atmosphere x
    sounds very nice, Kendra. xxx

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    i just love candle light ,its very pretty and romantic
    just like a fire light burning when the lights are off
    i use to love when we were kids and a storm would knock out the electricity and we would sit around the fire side with the fire and candles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    sounds very nice, Kendra. xxx
    probably even scented ones? xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danish Pia View Post
    Often think about lighting some candles when I work from a hotel to add a little more atmosphere but will it set off the smoke alarm? And would it be allowed?
    I have some of those battery powered ones you can get. They can look really nice and have the flicker effect and provide a warm glow and no alarms to be set off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    probably even scented ones? xxx
    Yes, I use vanilla ones x

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