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Hey folks, got a question. I just installed a light fixture in our bathroom over a vanity. Wife brought it home today, and the booklet that came with it states 100W bulbs, we have only 60W bulbs on hand. Will the 60W bulbs burn out quicker? Or does it matter? I know 100W will be brighter, but for now we gots the 60's, I'd like to use em up. Is there any danger by doing this? Here is a link to the light we have at https://www.lowes.com/pd/Quoizel-Fairgate-2-Light-5-in-Bronze-Vanity-Light/1000003136 Thanks
So I now have the 24" Drumsander up and running. Wow does this thing really sand. I ran an end grain cutting board through yesterday that needed leveling up. Less than 5 minutes and this board was done. So so I got the old breaker box out and put in a new 100 amp box and ran a new line over to the sander. a a couple of more circuits and I can close up the wall. I will need to extend the power cord. It has an 8' cord on the machine but it needs to be about 12'. I'll work on that later. Got to get some projects out the door now. Thanks for your input Todd.
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