Natural oil vaporiser ok for snakes?

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  1. Bones1991

    Bones1991 Not so new Member

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    hey guys!

    I have a natural oil vaporizer. Doesn't heat the water uses ultra sonic waves to make the water steam.
    The water has oil in it which travels in the steam making the room smell nice.

    I was wondering if it would be ok for my snake to use in the same room as him.?

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    It'd probably depend what you put in it, I wouldn't. I killed a whole tank of my daughters fish burning something, can't remember what, in the hallway out side her door.

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    I use an ultrasonic humidifier to increase the humidity in my snake room. I probably wouldn't use the oil in it though. Apart from the possible irritation, snakes are obviously highly sensitive to scents and it might be a bit overpowering
     
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    Only thing I would put in it would be f10 at 4ml/L if they had RI. Other than that I couldnt tell you what they can tolerate.
     
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    When you say natural oils, do you mean essential oils?
    Many are not recommended for use on animals. People are mislead into believing that because they are plant, flowers, etc., that they are safe. This is not the case.
     
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