Frux Home and Yard is a family company that provides home entertaining & celebration supplies consisting only of battery operated lighting. As stated by their Social Media Manager Mike McDonald, Frux Home and Yard felt it was necessary to share with readers the reasons why they are a no-flame company.
“Anyone who is familiar with our brand knows that we are full supporters of high quality and safe lighting products. We felt it was necessary to share with our viewers and educate readers on the multiple benefits of flameless products and the reason we are so passionate about them.”
In the article Frux states that prolonged exposure to smoke from candles is as bad as cigarettes, especially if they are paraffin-based candles. The article also says that carcinogen is produced as a candle burns and that the chemical ultimately puts people who inhale the fumes at risk for getting asthma. And, the reason the hazardous chemicals are produced is that the candles burn at low temperatures which cannot avert the effects of the molecules that are present in the fumes.
For these reasons, and the many others listed in the article, Frux Home and Yard provides alternatives such as their LED Flameless Tea Lights that not only provide customers with wonderful flickering light, but pose no risk of fire, and do not emit any harmful chemicals into the air. Each LED tea light comes pre-installed with lithium batteries that provide them with over 80-hours of risk-free candlelight making them a popular choice for birthday parties, weddings, seasonal decorating and celebrations.
For more information on high-quality candle alternatives, readers can visit the large selection of products by Frux Home and Yard available on Amazon.com.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Established in 2013, Frux Home and Yard is a family owned brand of home products that offer useful, interesting and value priced home products. Currently, they offer high quality home entertaining and decorative lighting products.
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