Any type of material would work great to conceal the light of a high watt cfl bulb to use it only as a greater

Joker90

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Just toying about with ideas . For heating sources. I have X2 400watt cfl bulbs . May only use one . Do any particular materials come to mind to conceal light but let out heat and preferably not be a fire hazard
 

zzyx

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Just toying about with ideas . For heating sources. I have X2 400watt cfl bulbs . May only use one . Do any particular materials come to mind to conceal light but let out heat and preferably not be a fire hazard
400w cfl?
You got a link?
 

Joker90

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zzyx

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My bad 300watts it's been a while since I used it. 300watts but actual something like 180 if I can remember

Senua 300W CFL Grow Light Lamp Bulb With E40 Hanger - Red Reproductive Spectrum for Flowering and Fruiting Hydroponics Greenhouse Organic Indoor Garden https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08CK5MM93/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_N40M928CC6SW68DRS13Q?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Should be able to find on eBay as well
That would make for a pretty good vert lamp. Top lighting, not so much.
 

1212ham

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Just toying about with ideas . For heating sources. I have X2 400watt cfl bulbs . May only use one . Do any particular materials come to mind to conceal light but let out heat and preferably not be a fire hazard
aluminum foil
 
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