moneyistooshorttomention wrote: »
I can understand why a landlord would say that - so would I in their position. I've read too many accounts of people falling asleep or something without taking care to put candles out first. There is also the fact that smoke from candles discolours the decor.
Why not buy those battery-powered "candles"? I've got some myself. I trust myself not to do anything like falling asleep with a candle burning - but I knew they would discolour my new decor and that standard cheaper candles in the room equate to a bit of "passive smoking" for me in effect and wouldnt be good for my health.
Hence buying the battery "candles" - and they're fine.
Rosemary7391 wrote: »
I've never noticed candles affecting decoration... How long would it take? My candles aren't typically smokey, I wouldn't like that, but I use scented tealights quite frequently and never had any problems.
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