Here the top oil-change pan with attached frosted, clear, plastic wastebasket has been removed and the light turned on. There are four 12-inch circline flourescent tubes clamped together with dense plastic foam pieces between them. The plastic ring on top was cut from the lid of a white plastic 5-gallon paint bucket. I used wingnuts and threaded rod to fasten the circline bulbs so it could be taken apart by hand to change a burned-out bulb.
Contributed by Jim McClarin on 10 June, 2006 - 9:24pm Last updated 13 November, 2006 - 1:39am
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