What do you do with candelabra light sockets?
Candelabra sockets are small. We find them in chandeliers, pendant fixtures, wall sconces. We could buy a candelabra based, flame-shape compact fluorescent lamps, but the wattage is usually low and the light quality does not seem as good. Pamela Bracey of Calvary Church, Germantown (and Pleasantview Baptist Church) did some research to find that www.bulb.com sells an adapter for $1.99 each that modifies a candelabra socket into a standard, medium-base socket that accepts the higher wattage, better color, compact fluorescents. Their product number is S51. Their minimum order is $19.95 (10 sockets), and their shipping charges for that are $7.90. Thanks Pamela! ICE
Low wattage LED Holiday Lights
Brookstone is selling light emitting diode (LED) holiday lights again this year. They back their products with a good guarantee. They say their new LED lights generate much more light than conventional LEDs.Continue reading