We bought twelve can lights at Home Depot. Then found out they didn't sell
the bulbs. They are a goofy variety, and all they sell are the spots and
the expen$ive halogens.
I have located some online, and the first company I ordered from didn't even
ship. grrrrrrrrrrr. Anyway, they are a 40wMEDR16FL, which translates to 40
watt, medium base (standard light bulb size) R16 size flood. I can find the
spots and halogens locally. I can order the 40 watt floods. I think.
I have seen some online that have neomydium in them and are purported to be
close to natural sunshine. Anyone have any experience with them? Anyone
have any experience with these bulbs? Should I pay the extra for the
neomydium or the halogens? What about the heat from the halogens? Should I
just get the plain vanilla floods? These will be for a kitchen, so we
wanted the floods rather than the spots.
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