01-03-2011, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Kazzy
Thanks! I'm not a fan of the hue either. The other one kind of balances it out but it's still kinda yellow in there.
Assuming these tubes are T8 (T8 are narrower than the older original fluorescent T12 tubes) they will need replacing every 2-3 years. When that time comes, go to a hardware or home improvement store and buy daylight tubes (look for a kelvin rating of around 6500K) made by GE, Phillips or Sylvania. Measure your tube end to end minus the prongs, and that is what you want (wattage is irrelevant) in a daylight or daylight deluxe, or similar. For years I used Sylvania, now Phillips because Home Depot here changed over. They work fine and cost considerably less than "aquarium" tubes, about 1/5 less.