R20 & R25 CFL Bulbs
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Philips 14w 120v EL/A R20 Soft White E26 2700K Fluorescent Light Bulb Learn MoreManufacturer :FREE SHIPPING on ORDER OVER $75SKU : 212159
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9W 120V R20 E26 Dulux EL Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb Learn MoreManufacturer :FREE SHIPPING on ORDER OVER $75SKU : 29638
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Compact Fluorescent R20 and R25 Light Bulbs
Compact fluorescent R20 and R25 light bulbs are fairly common light bulbs; however, their small size makes them unique. They are slightly smaller than their R30 counterparts and fit almost anywhere. They are most commonly used in recessed and track lighting but they are also small enough to use in detail lighting meant to highlight art and photographs on walls. These light bulbs are relatively inexpensive and easy to replace. Though they do not have the longest life as compared to other fluorescent light bulbs, they do last longer than regular incandescent lighting. Depending on the brand and the wattage, a person may find that they do not need to replace the lighting for years.
A person should keep in mind that though these bulbs may appear to fit in their smaller light fixtures, this is not always the case. Some recessed or track lighting is designed to be used only by specific bulbs. They should read all the fine print and know exactly which bulbs are compatible with their fixtures before purchasing compact fluorescent R20 or R25 light bulbs. Many people make the mistake of assuming that the size of the bulb is the only concern. On the contrary, some light fixtures are only designed for incandescent bulbs and not for fluorescent bulbs.
It is also important to keep in mind that fluorescent bulbs require special disposal. Before a person makes the change from incandescent bulbs they should be sure they know the appropriate process of disposing of fluorescent bulbs so it is not a hassle when they do burn out.
For the best prices on compact fluorescent R20 and R25 light bulbs a person should check their local retailer or online retailers. They should check for specifications regarding the exact bulb and wattage they need. Doing a little initial research can save time, money and frustration in the future.