WHAT NOT BRING - -Hoverboards of any kind
-Candles, incense, plug-in air fresheners, oil lamps, oil or wax warmers, or any item with an open flame
-Triple/quad sockets, plug multipliers, or power strips; extension cords that are not UL approved or have visible signs of fraying or breakage
-Portable cooking or warming devices including toasters, convection/toaster ovens, slow cookers, pressure cookers, waffle irons, griddles/grills, hot plates, electric pans/skillets/woks, oil fryers, rice cookers, hot pots, oil popcorn poppers, bread machines, microwaves, etc., and any items with exposed heater coil/element
-Heaters or air conditioning units of any type
-Appliances over 120 volts AC, 60 cycles, 200 watts, or 2 amps
-Halogen, oil, lava, or sun/heat lamps
-Homemade or store-bought lofts (any loft other than those available through www.bedloft.com)
-Microwave or microfridge other than the microfridge available through www.bedloft.com. Converter boxes that alternate power between a stand-alone microwave and refrigerator are not allowed.
-Pets (any type, except fish – maximum one 10 gallon aquarium per student)
-Power tools, spotlight/floodlight, wireless router, or other devices which have potential to disrupt community
-Firearms, weapons, fuel/flammable liquids, or other dangerous or hazardous material
-Water-filled furniture or apparatuses such as waterbeds, pools of any kind, hot tubs, or liquid-filled containers of any kind over 10 gallons
-Otherwise acceptable small appliances such as coffeepots or irons that are not UL approved or do not have an auto-shut off feature
Homemade or home-modified appliances
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