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Candles as a Main Light Source

Candles as a Main Light Source

Candles as a Main Light Source

  • Plan ahead for emergencies
  • Have a good stock of emergency candles
  • Ensure candles have a long burn time…good value for money
  • Choose safe candle holders…hurricanes will protect the flame well
  • Practice using the candle holders with your candle…nothing worse than being in a blackout and the candle doesn’t fit in the holder.
  • Consider wall sconces, which can be a featured decor item for everyday that become your main light source in an emergency blackout
  • Battery-powered lights are much safer light sources than candles during a power failure. The right candle will last longer, though.
  • For lighting as an alternative to electricity, choose wall sconces that both protect the flame and have reflective surfaces that multiply the light given off
  • Wall Sconces are great up stairwells, saving the need to walk with a lit candle and offering light to prevent falls down the stairs in the dark
  • Ensure you have candle lighters with long handles for wall sconces.
  • Make sure you candle holder gives you good, quick easy access to the candle. It is hard enough in the dark without trying to get into tiny spaces to light the candle.

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