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DIY advice - temporary kitchen light

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We are due to have our kitchen replaced in the next few months, and annoyingly our kitchen fluorescent light fitting has irreparably died. When we have the new kitchen it is being replaced with standard fittings for spotlights.

 

Trouble is, I currently have no light in the kitchen and am struggling to cook and clean using a desk lamp.

 

Can anyone suggest a simple, temporary solution to the problem? Keen not to put lots of money or effort into it given the whole kitchen is due to be replaced!

 

---------- Post added 20-10-2015 at 11:48 ----------

 

I should point out its a small offshot kitchen

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Any old bedside lamp with the shade removed.

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Surely, it can be a matter of only the tube or starter, both items pretty cheap.

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