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Here’s another cool way to recycle your used incandescent bulbs

19 April 2012 No Comment

Posted by Sherwin

Recycled Light Bulb Oil Lamp

A burnt out light bulb seems an unlikely candidate for reuse until you see this thing in action.

Made from an old-fashioned incandescent light bulb, this oil lamp from Recycled Light Company uses 100% cotton wicks and will burn for about 5 hours on 2oz of traditional Liquid Paraffin lamp oil available at supermarkets.

The Recycled Light Bulb Oil Lamp is simple, elegant, and will add an eco-friendly touch to your home. It costs around $35, but of course, you can always make your own.

Thanks for the tip, Rachel.

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