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    Default Night light?

    Does your little one sleep with a night light on the whole night? My 4 year old does. It's a touch lamp on the lowest setting but it is still quiet bright especially when your eyes adjust. I have tried those stupid colourful led things that change colour, but find when it comes to the red it dims lower and The other colours are brighter so its almost like the light flashes albeit slowly.

    I am after a really dim light. Just enough so you can see and nothing that changes colour. I have tried so many places but it seems they're all too bright or they only have the colour changing ones. Any ideas? Please!
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    Salt lamp! They have a dimmer switch. About $30 and very safe to have on for long periods of time.

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    Oh wow how awesome! Thank you I never knew what salt lamps were!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmmInayah View Post
    Oh wow how awesome! Thank you I never knew what salt lamps were!
    there amazing, we have one in our bedroom i want to get more, they dont get hot, last for years and years and they are supposed to have many benefits which im sure you can read up on! they come with a normal little light globe, but ive seen purple, blue and red lights which you can buy for about $3 each on ebay!

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    Haha just going to see if I can get them at qholesale price through the place I work. Lol

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    They make a good "adult time" dim light aswell LOL

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    Lol. I just wonder if it's dimmer than the tough lamp I actually have.. I feel like when I walk into my dds room at night it's really quite bright. My 2 year old told me she doesn't like the dark last night so thinking of getting one for her too

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmmInayah View Post
    Lol. I just wonder if it's dimmer than the tough lamp I actually have.. I feel like when I walk into my dds room at night it's really quite bright. My 2 year old told me she doesn't like the dark last night so thinking of getting one for her too
    it would be. Its more like a glow that they put in the room.

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    Awesome. Can't wait to try it now! You're the best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmmInayah View Post
    Awesome. Can't wait to try it now! You're the best!
    aww let me know what you think when you get them!


 

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