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Re: 75w Rough service bulb

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01-02-2013 18:07:37

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I have used the compact florescent bulbs also. They work very well, however you want to be careful about breaking the bulbs. I don't remember where it came from but I have an email at work that show a guys foot where he got mercury poisoning from a cut with a cfl bulb. I have started using the led lights and they are sure nice also.


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01-02-2013 18:57:32

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 Re: 75w Rough service bulb in reply to steven-id, 01-02-2013 18:07:37  
The famous "mercury poisoning" picture is a hoax. The picture itself is quite real, but has nothing to do with a broken fluorescent bulb.

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01-02-2013 18:55:57

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 Re: 75w Rough service bulb in reply to steven-id, 01-02-2013 18:07:37  
I put a floresent bulbs in My trouble light bout 6 months ago, One of them ones that look like a big screw. Was the omly thing we had in the house at the Time. Wished I would of done it 5 years ago or whenever they came on the market. Never blew out, Been droped 3 feet on to the concrete, bumped 100"s of times, Only thing that did it in was water driped on it from the car. Replace it with another floresent one.

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