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So many people are looking for ways to save energy, both in terms of money and environmental impact. Here is a quick and cheap way to cut the ...
Any light in your house that has base on the ceiling like the one pictured, or another edison base (screw in bulbs), can be converted.
Screw one of these into the socket. Most hardware type stores will have them. We bought one from Rona Cashway for $6.76
Plug the string of LED Christmas Lights into the adapter. You can use any size of string, the one we used was a 4 watt multi-colored one. We are going ...
Screw the CFL Bulb into the socket. Again, the size is up to you, we are using 13 watt ones ourselves.
Now, when you turn the light switch on as normal, only the LED lights will come on. This gives you enough light to see as you are moving ...
All you do is pull the switch chain on the socket adapter and the CFL comes on. When you are finished, pull the chain to turn it back ...
In our example of our bathroom this is how we figured it. A person uses the bathroom an average of two hours a day. At least 75% of ...
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