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    Brain Coon


    I recently bought the zappbug as a preventative measure for when we travel. I presently have my husbands carry-on bag with his books and electronics. I have it on my hardwood with a piece of wood in between the zappbug and floor. I didn’t see anything in the manual about if it will damage the flooring that it is on when it reaches full heat. Is it a fire hazzard to place it on carpet? What is the best surface to have it on?




    The ZappBug should be perfectly fine to run on any flooring without damage. We recommend treating on carpet if possible because it usually reduces the time required to get up to temperature; hardwood and concrete flooring can leach some heat out. If you’re getting good results on the hardwood you can continue treating there without issue, but if you want to switch to carpet that’s definitely fine too.


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