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Just thought id share an experiance.
Ive been working on cars mostly for maintenice for near my whole life. Ive tried many different lights and last night i was without one while flushing the brake fluid on my moms Bronco. It was getting dark and i coudnt see the fluid color as I flushed it, So i thought of what i could do. "Hmmm that dual Light 4 foot Flourecent fixture hanging from the ceiling looks portable" So Un hooked it and plugged it into an extention cord and once i slid that thing upside down pointing up MAN DID I SEE EVERYTHING!!!
Hope Someone else could use this information!!
 

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Good idea.....just make sure you use safes (plastic sleeves) over the lamps...they POP and make a hell of a mess when objects or fluids hit them!...MARK
 

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hmmmm well i wasn't working on the car over my head. It put out so much light i had it 3 feet behind where i was working. So its not like I was in much danger.
But good advice for the future I hadn't thought of at the time !!

Next time im getting one with a cover for the possible next time.
Thanks Guys
 
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