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Best High Efficiency Bulbs for Home Use

02nd May 2013
Making your home more energy efficient doesn’t have to involve having new siding installed or adding insulation to the attic. Small changes can make a big difference. Simply swapping out your existing bulbs for more energy efficient options will help you ... Read >
Author: ChelseaTerris

The LED Fog Lights- New Innovations

03rd October 2011
Fog lights form a very important part of the car’s defenses against the extremes of weather. Most car fog lights are able to penetrate through the mists and fogs on the roads and highways. So, it is important for the fog lights to function well. One of th... Read >
Author: D.K.Pandey

Why We Should Use Eco-Friendly Products

10th November 2010
Eco-friendly products are a fast growing market. People are aware that environmental pollution is threatening the existence of planet and we all need to think of ways to be more eco-friendly. People are now more aware these days and want to find ways t... Read >
Author: Julia Christman

The Pros And Cons Of Beeswax And Paraffin Polish In Candlemaking

01st November 2010
Types of WaxTypically essentially the most preferred forms of polish employed in candlemaking areBeeswaxParaffin waxGel WaxSoybean waxPalm WaxBayberry waxThere are benefits and drawbacks to each and every sort of polish. crude oil;give off quite a few fro... Read >
Author: Mabel Pedroza

LED Spotlights – Harnessing The Advantage Of Directional Light

09th September 2010
An LED produces directional light. Strategic placement of LEDs and good luminary design help achieve a better spread of light. Spotlight and pendant lights, however, may need focused light. Focused light is the home turf of LEDs. Incandescent bulbs and ha... Read >
Author: Dwayne Kulad

Selecting The Best Halogen Light Bulb

02nd September 2010
A lot of the overall look of your beautiful house and workplace is dependent on the light bulbs you have selected for your rooms. The right bulbs and their intensity of light help your small room look attractive and stylish. Henceforth, selecting the righ... Read >
Author: johndy

Light Bulbs and Safety

20th May 2010
Despite the many jokes associated with light bulbs, they are no laughing matter. When handling and changing light bulbs, care should be taken to avoid doing any harm to your home, your self, and the environment. Avoiding Electrocution when Changing a L... Read >
Author: Wizard

Knowing The Several Uses Of Halogen Light Bulbs Over Incandescent Lamps

19th May 2010
You do have typical electric light bulbs at home and you see them working every day. Typically, they are made of a tungsten filament encased in a thin and frosted glass. In this glass encasement is not vacuum but a nonreactive gas which is either nitrogen... Read >
Author: joalesto

Interesting things you need to know about electricity

01st August 2009
How is electricity measured? A. Electricity is measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh). One-kilowatt hour is 1,000-watt usage in one hour. For example, if you leave 10 lights (each with 100 watt bulbs) on for 1 hour, you will use 1kilowatt-hour of electricity.... Read >
Author: Theunis

Pointers You Have To Know When Handling Halogen Light Bulbs

25th July 2009
Halogen light bulbs are widely seen around because of their versatility and efficacy compared to their incandescent ancestors. Halogen lamps are different from incandescent lamps in a few aspects like in how they operate, the materials they are made of, t... Read >
Author: joalesto

G9 Light Bulbs: Ideal Lighting For Indoor And Outdoor Purposes

16th December 2008
Incandescent bulbs, in layman's terms, refer to quite simple structures that give a radiant sheen and steady light. An incandescent bulb's core has two metal contacts at the bottom of the base, and this is where it gets its power. Incandescent lighting de... Read >
Author: joalesto
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