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Arts and Crafts

Friday, October 26, 2012

Art In Artificial

Summer is rapidly changing into fall. Nature is displaying gorgeous colors, the temperatures are going down, but it also means the days are getting shorter and we have to resort to artificial light much earlier and more often.

Good lighting is of the utmost importance when you are practicing a craft or hobby. You can't just feel your way through the dark. Detailed and intricate work demands precision and that increases the need being able to clearly see what you are doing.

It has occurred on several occasions that one of our incandescent bulbs gave up the ghost at crucial times. It also came to my attention that their life-expectancy is very short. We keep changing them out way too often to my likings.

They may be cheaper compared to compact fluorescent bulbs, but we are actually spending much more in the long run then when we had bought those compact fluorescent lamps right of the bat. They also are energy-efficient which results in a lower electricity bill.

That is like killing two birds with one stone. Make that three, because it also sheds more then sufficient light on your project. No wonder why it is called artificial light!

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