WHAT NOT BRING - -Animals or pets of any kind
-Refrigerators exceeding 4.0 cubic feet
-Multi-plug outlets or extension cords, unless they are UL approved and have a surge protector
-Halogen lamps, black lights, lava lamps or other high-intensity lamps including torchiere lamps, spider lamps or any upward-facing bowl lamps
-Space heaters or air conditioners.
-Toasters, hot plates, coffee pots with exposed heating elements, George Forman style grills and -Panini presses, sandwich makers, waffle irons, crock pots, oil fryers
-Cooking appliances that use electricity or gas other than a small microwave
-Flammable liquids and substances: gasoline, kerosene, charcoal, lighter fluid, paint, etc.
-Electrically amplified instruments, including DJ equipment and drum sets
-Alcoholic beverages (regardless of your age)
-Kegs, alcohol cans/bottles (full or empty), beer pong tables, funnels, shot glasses or any other item affiliated with the consumption or possession of alcohol (including those beers designated “non-alcoholic”)
-Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
-Nails and foam-backed adhesive tape
-Dart boards or darts of any kind
-Weightlifting apparatus (barbells, free weights, exercise machines, pull up bars etc.)
-Waterbeds, hot tubs, Jacuzzis, lofts, and any material that changes the intended purpose of the furniture including cinder blocks and platforms
-Weapons of any kind, including firearms, paintball guns and equipment, BB guns, martial arts weapons, bows, box cutters, arrows, hunting knives
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