My wife spent a good small fortune on halogen track for our bathroom that
houses our shower. I've never seen a fixture marked "dry location only".
Fixture is both CSA and UL (halogen) listed. Instructions are non-existent
in the box.
There are 4 halogen bulbs, that draw 50 watts each. They are spring loaded
so you twist the bulb 90 degrees to insert or take out as opposed to
screwing in a bulb. It's a GU10 type bulb. It was to replace track light
that use incadsent bulbs or A19.
I've seen plenty of wet location use stickers on lights before but never a
dry location only. Could the dry location sticker be because the lighting
will highlight the steam casting a weird glow in the bathroom, or is this
type of sticker put on because there is a risk of shock is moisture comes in
contact. 2 of the 4 bulbs are 44" from the shower curtain. There is NO
exhaust fan in this bathroom.
The light switch controls the only outlet in the bathroom as well as the
only light fixture. I didn't bother with a GFCI outlet because we never
use electrical things in this washroom. If I put a GFCI outlet in will that
offer protection for the light?