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Pine Kiln Dried Pine?

LuvCavysLuvCats

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I was just wondering how pine being kiln dried makes pine safe? I got this question recently so I'd like to answer it a little better. Does it just take away the piney smell, or is there something more scientific to it? Lol
 

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The heat process helps remove the oils that causes problems.
 

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Kiln Dried removes the harmful oils that pine produces.
 

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Oh okay haha I often comment on pictures of guinea pigs and cages on Pinterest and Instagram (especially if I see something wrong), just trying to spread the word in a positive way about proper guinea pig care and this site. So I also sometimes get into "debates" with other people. Lol Right now I'm talking to a former pet store owner. It started because she was recommending grid bottom cages so that long haired guinea pigs won't walk through their litter and get matted. ...*sigh* I had a lot of things to say about that.

Thanks guys for helping me! :)
 
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