Quote: Originally Posted by HoneycombAG
Now Brink, there's still ovens and fridges that have to use "appliance" bulbs because CFLs and LED bulbs melt or break in extreme heat or extreme cold areas. And, do they make screw-in LED night-light bulbs yet?
CFLs won't work well in refrigerators (they don't melt or break, they just won't fire quickly enough to be of any use) but LEDs should work just fine. All the ones I've seen so far (still looking) are too bulky, however.
Considering how long LEDs last, why worry about getting replaceable LED bulbs for nightlights? LED nightlights are fairly inexpensive. I have four that have been in use for several years; they paid for themselves in reduced electricity consumption and heat output early in the first year.