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MakingLight Fixture

Posted by lisaslists2000 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 4, 10 at 11:41

I have found what I want for my light fixtures in my kitchen. They are stainless steel and glass candle holders that I want to turn upside down. Picture at link. The only problem is that the stainless steel has sides and a bottom. The glass only has sides. I need to adhere the glass to the stainless steel so that it won't fall out when candleholder is turned upside down. Is there a glue that can resist the heat of a 60 watt bulb? Thanks for any assistance!

Here is a link that might be useful: Crate and Barrel


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RE: MakingLight Fixture

Homemade fixtures don't have UL or other regulatory certification for permanent wiring. You might want to have a little chat with your insurance agent before proceeding to "roll your own."


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accident insurance do not work ?
i like DIY ,i like " roll your own rules and regulations"


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RE: MakingLight Fixture

UL is not required, but they need to be made in a safe manner.


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