Kelsey, John
June 2004
This Old House;Jun2004, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p47
It's no use getting under the sink to fix the pipes if one cannot see what one is doing. One needs a light and it had better be bright, stay cool to the touch, leave ones hands free and be able to take a beating. Work lights differ mainly in their size and the type of bulb they use. The best small lights have tiny, bright white light emitting diodes, but to cover larger territory one needs the power that comes with a hanging or standing light. General job site illumination that needs to withstand being knocked down.


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