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New type light bulbs really are long life

Hasn't had to replace any of the bulbs installed four years ago. Appreciates information from Mrs. Kolbenschlag for disposing of them

Linda Cook writes:
Thanks to Mrs. Kolbenschlag for this info, as I had been wondering how we will dispose of these bulbs if and when they ever burn out. Ronald and I installed this type bulb in every ceiling fan/fixture/lamp almost 4 years ago, and haven't had one to quit yet. They really are long life - I haven't bought another package since these were put in. At one time, Lowes did have a multi-pack that was very economical. (seems it was something like 4 or 6 bulbs for $8) Linda --Linda Cook
Comments re article 52394 New type light bulbs can be recycled at Lowes

This story was posted on 2012-06-06 21:06:12
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