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    downlights and loft insulation
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    • 23rd Nov 07, 9:36 PM
    downlights and loft insulation 23rd Nov 07 at 9:36 PM
    Have downlights in my bathroom upstairs, leading into the loft.
    The loft seems to have lots of insulation, except where lights are have big gaps.
    However i understand that if cover them over they become a fire hazard, but must be losing lots of heat through them.
    Ive been told to put a big plant pot over them or buy a fire hood.
    Anyone have recommendations and where can i get these hoods from.

    Dont really want to change lights for retardent ones
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