Brian is right, I just put up one of the reels with 3 power outlets. It's a
good way to go.
Also, I bought one of the flourescent(sp?) lights just the other day. It's
okay but doesn't seem to put out the amount of light I would have expected
considering the "advertised equivalent" wattage rating. I'm pretty much
using it as a "fill" light since I have another traditional "bulb in a cage"
available as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Flake" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 9:19 AM
Subject: florescent trouble lights
> I've seen several mentions of using a florescent
> trouble light vs the traditional "light bulb in a
> cage" type. Mine has a plastic cage, but it's the
> same basic style which has been around for a LONG
> I'm thinking the florescent might be a good suggestion
> for Santa...
> Any suggestions of good or bad brands? I've seen
> what looks like a traditional florscent tube in
> a plastic cover, and what looks like a multi-mini
> tube arrangement in a more bulb shaped housing.
> Thanks in advance,