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Five More Things You Probably Didn’t Know We Sold

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In an earlier post, we discussed some very useful things few people probably realized we sold, such as batteries and fly and insect control. In this post, we’ll cover five more things you’ll be surprised to know we sell.

Corrugated Boxes

Moving? Need to send Christmas presents across the country? We have boxes in all sorts of shapes and sizes for your moving and shipping needs. From cubic, long or tall, we have the boxes you need to pack your dishes or send last minute gifts.

Bulb Changers

Satco S703001 Bulb Changer

Satco S703001 Bulb Changer

Have some bulbs that are burned out in your recessed cans, but are just out of reach? Luckily we sell bulb changers and extension poles that make changing hard to reach bulbs such as PAR, MR16, and R lamps quick and easy. To replace a bulb, simply place the suction cup on the face of the bulb, unscrew it, and screw in the new bulb.

Battery Operated Lanterns and Flashlights

Instead of fumbling around in the dark, trying to light your gas lantern, switch to battery operated lanterns instead. These types of lanterns provide all the benefits of traditional lanterns, but without the dangers of gas lanterns. For more personalized light, check out our wide selection of flashlights, too.

Safety Glow Light Sticks

Glow light sticks provide simple, small illumination for many uses. Looking for safety light sticks to carry with you when you’re out on the water? Our personal marker lights are great for strapping to life jackets and are U.S. Coast Guard approved. From light sticks that are flare alternatives to impact light sticks, we have the glow light sticks that you need.

In-Cabinet Lights

Xodus BL200 In-Cabinet Light

Xodus BL200 In-Cabinet Light

In-cabinet lights are reliable in many areas of your home and provide you with a solid beam of light when you need it most.  This versatile light is motion-activated and even has an on/off switch, making it ideal for simple task lighting in pantries, above sinks, and in closets.  This light runs off C batteries and installs in a flash.

Which of these items are you planning to use? Tell us in the comment box below, and be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus!

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Jordan Loa

Jordan is a copywriter at 1000Bulbs.com. Check back often for new entries in his "Light Post" series of happenings in the world of lighting.