Armorlite: A Safer CFL

Imagine a compact fluorescent light (CFL) designed to protect you and your family from potentially dangerous mercury. This patent-pending technology is ClearLite’s new ArmorLite Safety ECO CFL™. It’s designed to help address the concerns about mercury when a CFL breaks.

What’s different about Armorlite?

It’s designed without the use of liquid mercury. Instead, it uses amalgam, an alloy of mercury combined with other metals in a solid form.

What’s more, ArmorLite looks like an incandescent bulb. That’s because the fluorescent bulb is surrounded by a flexible eco safety-coated shield of SX-4000. As an added measure of safety, Armorlite bulbs use amalgam, which can help make compliance with government regulations for mercury reduction easier to meet.

The protective coating seals the broken mess that can be caused when a lamp gets accidently knocked over or a lightbulb is dropped. This is what the SX-4000 ECO Safety Coating is protecting:

Switching to CFL’s is a great way to cut down on electricity bills in your home as well as conserve energy. Switching to the Armorlite is said to reduce glare and allow you to see more clearly. I just hate watching a movie and seeing a glare from our living room light shining on it. Save money, help the planet, and protect your family!  I have been very impressed with the lights that I received. I still get all the quality of your leading CFL lights, but the added security that if one of the dogs were to knock one of these lamps over, my little one would be safe. Prices are only slightly more than the leading CFL’s and the benefits are priceless. Visit Clearlite today!

I received these products free of charge and all opinions expressed are my own.

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I'm a Social Media Manager for a large home decor company who enjoys staying current in trends in both the fashion and home industries. I have a passion for writing, art journaling, expressive painting, and photography. My greatest loves are my two children.

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