Tuesday, November 24, 2015

What to do with your used light bulbs

Recycling Old Light Bulbs

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How to recycle your used lightbulbs? (Photo Credits)

Light bulbs should be disposed properly considering the many chemical components inside it. If you are feeling crafty though, and you are capable of cautiously doing something out of old light bulbs then why not try your hand at recycling?

The Website Architecture and Design for instance shared awesome ideas on how old light bulbs can be repurposed. Association of Edison Illuiminating Companies           

“When your light bulb stops working, don’t hurry to throw it out – with just a little bit of work, you can give it a new life. There are plenty of creative and fun ways to upcycle this object into many useful things. From vases and candy containers to terrariums and ornaments, the lightbulb’s form lends itself to plenty of functional and aesthetic projects.”

Check out the photos of the projects here.

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Electrical Contractors  Cool Pet Videos meanwhile shared this very interesting step by step video tutorial on how to make a cool terrarium out of an old bulb.

“Recycling Old Light Bulbs to Create Beautiful Mini Terrariums.”

Check out the video here.

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The Website Goods Home Design, shared as well several ways to make decorative fixtures using old lightbulbs.

“Here we have an ingenious idea regarding burnt-out light bulbs. It’s easier to throw away a burnt-out bulb, but it is lovelier for it to be transformed into a decorative item. If you don’t want to waste your burn-out incandescent light bulbs, we came up with a very simple way of recycling them. With a bit of creativity, you can give these burned light bulbs a second chance.”

Get inspired with the many projects here.

So what do you plan to work on?


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