Give a kid some crayons and ask her to draw a light bulb, and the chances are good that she'll color it yellow. Not everyone's a fan of that low, yellowy color temperature, though -- some people like their light a little more neutral. That's where "daylight" bulbs come in. With color temperatures jacked up to the 5,000 K neighborhood, the result is pure white light without the drowsy yellow tinge.
Daylight-toned LED light bulbs: Which one should you buy?
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