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How Many Watts for Moroccan Lanterns?

Some of the more advanced Moroccan lanterns on the market are designed to use light bulbs. These bulbs can be used in lieu of a series of candles. You might benefit off of this if you want to find something thatís a little easier to maintain while also attaching it to an electrical outlet in a home. However, you have to be careful when using a light bulb on a lantern. Sometimes a bulb that has too many watts attached to it might create more heat than necessary. This could cause some of the metal materials on a lantern to warp. You might even notice some paint chips coming off of your lantern if there is too much heat coming out of a lantern.

While it is true that traditional incandescent bulbs might be useful, you might benefit off of lanterns that use CFLs or LEDs. These newer lights are designed to not only use less energy but to also let off less heat at a given time. In fact, the odds are you might find bulbs like these that use less than twenty watts of power at a time, thus making them appropriate for whatever you want to add to your lantern. Donít forget that these bulbs for Moroccan lanterns can last several times longer than traditional bulbs, thus making them appropriate for your lighting needs while using less energy than necessary. In fact, you might only have to replace one of these bulbs once every forty to fifty thousand hours depending on the bulb model you use.
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