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Old 08-20-2008, 07:28 PM   #1
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Am putting 6" can light fixtures on porch. Would "shower" trim rings with solid glass covers work?

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Am putting 6" can light fixtures on porch. Would "shower" trim rings with solid glass covers work?

You can use any trim rated for a damp location.

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Be aware, some shower trims I've seen have the glass held in by pins. You have to lift & turn them to get them out, and because the glass is 'a little loose' the wind in a porch may cause them to rattle some.
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I personally would just use an open baffle trim.
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I personally would just use an open baffle trim.
Same here! A shower trim will limit you to max 40 watt bulb.
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You can check here for your trims :
http://www.gordonelectricsupply.com/...arch&text=ert7
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Thanks, guys.
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You can check here for your trims :
http://www.SPAMelectricsupply.com/in...arch&text=ert7
Gee Woody,you're all over the place with this SPAM, aren't you?

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