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Wednesday, 30 June 2010 06:00
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Each bulb in your house is based on a watt is a measure of the energy it uses. A compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) bulb can use one watt for every three to five, as a normal bulb. You get the same amount of light for much less. Compact fluorescent bulbs can be slightly more expensive to buy a standard bulb, but if you use some of these tips you will be able to find an easy replacement for your existing bulbs.

• Watch Ads - There are always sales on CFLs just keep an eye on the ads.
• Buy in bulk - If you find a sale, buy in bulk to save for the next time you need it. Sometimes when you buy in bulk online, you will get a discount.
• Dollar Store - If you do not find the CFL bulbs on sale check your local dollar store. They are usually a dollar a piece.

What is the difference Watt?

The difference in power for each light is different depending on the brightness you want. In general, a light bulb 13 watt CFL is the same as a regular 60 watt bulb, a CFL of 19 or 20 watt bulb is equal to 75 watts and a 23 and 27 watts CFL is equal to 100 watts bulb.

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