How Do We Store The Glo Pal Light Up Cubes When Not In Use?
It is very important that the Glo Pal Light Up Cubes are removed from liquid and dried when not in use. Typically, removing the Pals from liquid, giving them a quick shake, and setting them out to dry will help increase the lifespan of the Pals. ...
Are The Batteries Replaceable?
They are not. To meet applicable USA and EU safety standards, and to make sure your child doesn't accidentally ingest a coin cell battery, the batteries are sealed for safety. To us, safety is by far the most important, and we want to make sure your ...
How Do I Dispose of the Glo Pal Light Up Cubes?
The Glo Pal Light Up Cubes are recyclable, and we encourage you to recycle whenever possible. The Glo Pal Light Up Cubes are considered electronic waste and should be recycled at a proper e-waste facility. Typically, anywhere that recycles batteries, ...
How Long Do The Glo Pal Light Up Cubes Last?
Each individual Glo Pal Light Up Cube lasts for a minimum of 16 lighted hours. What this means is that the product automatically turns on when placed in liquid and automatically turns off when removed from liquid. Only the time that the product is ...
Are the Glo Pal Light Up Cubes Safe For My Child?
Yes! We take your child's safety extremely seriously. The batteries inside the Glo Pal light up cubes are hermetically sealed and we do not use lithium batteries. The technology behind the Glo Pals has been extensively tested and sold all over the ...