How many of you use "daylight" (some companies may call it something different) instead of "cool white" flourescents? How about regular light bulbs...? For the first time, I visited a shop that started ordering chop mouldings from me a few years ago. The flourescents they use are known as the "cool white"... they add a VERY yellowish tint to everything. I was shocked. The flourescents i have always used, even in my home are the "daylight" flourescents because they are almost like "daytime" outside the shop. I told then about the daylight flourescents and why i use them (more truer to mat colors, mouldings, prints....everything)instead of the "cool white". They were very interested, so i told them where i buy them from. A few days later, when they called to place an order, i asked them if they replaced the cool white flourescents with the daylight flourescents. They said the prices compared to the cool white is way too expensive and "didn't want to take all of the money out of their savings accouont"...so they will stay with what they have...the cool white. I find them pretty cheap. I buy one box at a time (25 flourescents) for $87.25 (only $3.49 each/ $3.89 each from a broken box). One box last me about 3 years. I find their reply is not to encouraging to give them any further advice in the future. What type of flourescents do you use? Or do you use just regular bulbs? I believe using "daylight flourescents" HAS always helped my business grow.