Discussion in 'Electronic Cigarette Safety' started by HaileStorm, Dec 7, 2015.
Although Vaping is less hurt than smoking , you still shouldn't around kids .
I'll ask you the same question. Do you believe you shouldn't vape around anyone?
It has already been proven that a room full of vapor is no worse than that same room without it. Secondhand vapor has no effect on anyone except "it looks like smoking". I am courteous to others but I vape around my kids all the time. Makes the house smell nice. If you are against vaping inside around children then make sure you don't use any household cleaners, aerosols, or fragrance oils as they are emitting more harmful chemicals than your vape. JMHO.
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Check the back of that monitor.
New report that would state the opposite is actually true and that it is safe to vape indoors with no effects to others harmful or otherwise:
As always though be courteous to others and don't be a douche.
Is cooking safe when kids are around?
A study measuring nicotine residue on surfaces in houses of smokers and vapers reported only negligible levels from vaping, 169 times lower than from smoking.”
Basically, it will not hurt the kids, but it is up to you whether you do or not. The only effect it has on my cat, is he watches the vapor swirl in the sun beams. Even when he is IN the vapor, he shows no effects. No sneezing or coughing, like he would with cigarette smoke. In fact, the little monster chases and sniffs vape rings.
Vape Shop Air Sampling by California State Health Department Suggests that Secondhand Vape Exposure is Minimal
Nicotine: Not detected
Glycidol: Not detected
Formaldehyde: 7.2 ppb
Diacetyl: Not detected using standard method
2,3-Pentanedione: Not detected using standard method
Acetyl butyryl: Not detected using standard method
Acetoin: Not detected using standard method
Acetone: Not detected
Ethyl benzene: Not detected
m,p-Xylene: Not detected
o-Xylene: Not detected
Toluene: Not detected
Acetaldehyde: Not detected
Acetonitrile: Not detected
alpha-pinene: Not detected
Benzene: Not detected
Chloroform: Not detected
d-Limonene: Not detected
Methylene chloride: Not detected
Methyl methacrylate: Not detected
n-Hexane: Not detected
Styrene: Not detected
Should kids go to concerts, Magic shows, church hell anywhere that uses smoke makers?
Better keep them out of the kitchen also, everything in ejuice is food.
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So true! I never smoked around my kids but will and do vape around them. Walking out the door in the Fall hammers their lungs way harder.... my gosh I had them in the neck yard when I mulched the leaves call the cops
Is it just me or do people make a bigger deal over vaping than smoking? At work, I used to smoke and vape when the weather was shitty Id stand under the doors little "awning" I'd guess you call it and smoke. No one said a word or gave a shit. I did the same thing on a rainy day with my vape and got a big lecture about how I had to be 50ft away from the entrance and it was just as bad as smoking.
In the words of the late, great George Carlin:
Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.
Same thing happened at my work. A lot of people recently started vaping. They moved the smoking area because the vape was going inside the loading dock doors.
"Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public."
If you childproof ALL of your gear like you have childproofed the rest of your house.
All E-Liquid and DIY components must have childproof caps and stored out of reach of the child. Batteries, charger, and tools out of reach as well and paying special attention never to leave your vape of the moment where kids can grab it.
If all of that is done, I see no reason not to vape around kids and pets as long as you are not chasing clouds all day.
personally, I prefer to avoid smoking with kids around
And that's great that most all Vapers gave up smoking.
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Good discussion, I am not in the favor of vaping around kids.