If you face the bevels inward they act like magnifying glasses and will actually, as they did, burn holes in tin foil or, which they did not thank God, start your curtains on fir. Always face the bevels outward so they dissipate the light instead of concentrate it. This is how I learned that lesson as here lofts kept heating up so she covered them with tin foil and it burned holes through it where the bevels were.

If you face the bevels inward they act like magnifying glasses and will actually, as they did, burn holes in tin foil or, which they did not thank God, start your curtains on fir. Always face the bevels outward so they dissipate the light instead of concentrate it. This is how I learned that lesson as here lofts kept heating up so she covered them with tin foil and it burned holes through it where the bevels were.

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