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#1 Offline Topgun757 - Posted November 16 2021 - 2:19 PM


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How should I heat my ants when I take them out of hibernation? I only have 1 mini hearth to heat and I don’t want heat pads since they are adhesive and cables are all too long. Is there anything I could do with the excess cable if I were to use a heating cable? I don’t have very much desk space.

#2 Offline AntaholicAnonymous - Posted November 26 2021 - 3:22 AM


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Heating pads are usually adhesive but you don't have to use them that way.
I usually put part of the enclosures on of of or on the edge of the heating pat.
You can just place the pad on a table you don't have to use the adhesive if you don't want to
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