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Old 02-28-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Does anyone know anything about these? They sell them at the craft show we are going to on Sunday and I was planning to buy one for dd, but I thought I'd ask if anyone had any experience with them.
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My mother has the big ones and I have some luminaries. They seem to work really well. Mine get rid of the smell of my neighbors cigar smoke and other bad smells in the summer. Ivy has a cold and as long as I leave the big light on for her at night, she does not wake herself coughing. When I come back home,I will be getting them for every room in my house.
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I have always wanted one of these. Dh has chronic sinus stuff. I love to have an excuse to get one .
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We have them and like them. I'm not sure if there is any truth to the therapeutic claims, but they're nice.

If you have access to anyone with a Frontier wholesale account or a local Frontier co-op, you can get them for about half of that price. That size is around $26, and they regularly run sales where they knock off another 20% or so.
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They often have them at kirklands or even Walgreens for 19.99
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Yep. I've also seen them at Tuesday Morning and Big Lots for deep discounts.
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I've always wanted to try them out. Thanks for the ideas on where to find them cheap

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the craft show is the only place I've ever seen them! Maybe I need to do some shopping before Sunday and save some money.

I'm on full scale 'must keep allergy and ashma issues at bay' mode. I took ds to the er last week because he was having trouble breathing - turns out I was right and it was more 'croup' than ashma, but trouble breathing is scary - and it cost $430 after insurance. That was for one hour in the room, a dose of steriods and a breathing treatment. It was a cold night, probably the best thing for him was getting out in the cold air - just the trip from the house to the car made a big difference. First priority is them not suffering, but eliminating the cost of an er visit is right up there.

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We have them and like them. I'm not sure if there is any truth to the therapeutic claims, but they're nice.

If you have access to anyone with a Frontier wholesale account or a local Frontier co-op, you can get them for about half of that price. That size is around $26, and they regularly run sales where they knock off another 20% or so.
I looked up Frontier wholesale but everything lead to the coop. How does that work? Can you not buy direct?
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You can't buy direct and get the wholesale pricing. I think the membership to lead a coop or get a wholesale account (they're the same) is only $10 for a lifetime. I've had mine for years, though, so the price could've changed. They have great prices on organic dry goods and toiletries, so it is well worth it for me.
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