Now that the feds have phased out old-school incandescent bulbs, manufacturers have gone to town offering next-generation replacements that use electric power more efficiently. That’s a laudable goal. But the result is that a trip to the hardware store’s lighting aisle has become an exercise in comparing technical specs just short of shopping for a new cellphone. Then there’s the light itself, which can be perfectly pleasant, eerily blue, or astonishingly white, depending on the bulb’s makeup.
Finally light bulbs cost a pretty penny, but cast a nice glow
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