if everything stays dry and can breathe you'll be good to go...
Thanks Stick , I'm probably overthinking things as usual . These leds are not exactly water proof . I may have to put some silicone in the hole from the underside of the tile before I slide the led into place .if everything stays dry and can breathe you'll be good to go...
Neat . I may have to clean my toilet first
Have the area treated with something like this:Hello!
A piece of wood left in such a place would get , after a few years covered with mold,
I would, at least use a chemical that kills mold and prevent insects to get in and have a good meal.
I was going to buy some urethane or something. Whatever would coat the wood , so a little dampness wouldn't create a problem .whow!
Been reading mold-care Label -cover on their website...
Looks like very dangerous, better wear safety googles, skin protection, do not breathe if possible...
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Be very carefull, also about the time it takes to dry up and stops smelling...
Soft wood , if soft wood this is , needs protection , but unfortunately most of products are very dangerous...
Gerard, this is in a shower niche , and I'm thinking that leaving on the leds shouldn't be to much of a concern .Urethane , or a good varnish should do a great job for wood protection !
I' ll suggest Passive IR detection for automatic switch-on.
Installed that in my kitchen above the sink,
that's amazing and very handy.
Yes I would certainly have IR detection for halogens . I personally prefer Halogens , as they produce the best quality of light bar none , but for my application leds are neccesaryOK It's a fact that power consumption is low with led lights...
My kitchen lights are no led lights but halogen bulbs 3 x 50w that's why IR detection is good for me.