Bulb Shaders ?
Posted 04 March 2006 - 12:46 AM
i found a pdf online which has all the dimensions of a typical one with holes drilled through it
and i have a large sheet of copper which i could use to make one.
I've gathered that the closer the light is to the plants the better in terms of light,but the heat is the problem,and some have cooled hoods to lower the temp and get the light closer without scorching the plants too.
I think i could easily make one of these myself and would like to know if copper is a suitable material to use ? I know they slide over the bulb fitting as the pic shows that well and.
I also noticed they were ALL white,obviously to reflect the light back as it's shading the area underneath.Would a high temperature white spray paint be OK to use ?
Or are they not worth bothering with and don't live up to their claims ?
Posted 04 March 2006 - 01:46 AM
Posted 04 March 2006 - 04:56 AM
It seems to work for me - I grow in a drobe, and initially had temperature problems. It's helped sort em out...
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