ClearLite®'s ArmorLite® CFL Named a ‘Problem-
Solver’ Product in Real Simple’s July 2010 Issue
July 01, 2010 10:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time
BOCA RATON, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Clear-Lite Holdings, Inc. (“ClearLite”) (OTCBB: CLRH),
a leading innovator of eco-friendly lighting and the appreciably safer ArmorLite® CFL, announced today that Real
Simple magazine named its ArmorLite® SAFETY ECO CFL™ a “Problem-Solver” product in its July 2010 issue.
The magazine selected ClearLite’s ArmorLite CFL for its safety features. "The ClearLite ArmorLite CFL has a
special shell that keeps hazardous toxins from seeping out should something (a wayward soccer ball, perhaps?)
knock over your lamp and break the bulb."*
Unlike the commonly found spiral CFLs, ArmorLite contains no liquid mercury, but is instead made using amalgam,
an alloy of mercury with other metals in a solid form. To further enhance the safety of the bulbs, ArmorLite also has
SX-4000 Eco Safety Coating™ that is designed to help capture the broken glass and mercury, providing an added
level of safety between you and the toxins inside the CFL.
"Reaching over 8 million readers monthly, Real Simple magazine is a great place to have our ArmorLite: A Safer
CFL showcased as a product that helps address the safety concerns associated with potential mercury
contamination when a CFL breaks," said President and CEO Thomas Irvine of ClearLite.
“We look forward to the added awareness this will bring our ArmorLite product line, and more importantly, the
awareness of the unique technology that is designed to help capture broken glass and mercury when a bulb is
broken; truly a safer alternative to conventional CFLs for family and workplace environments,” Irvine added.
Real Simple launched in March 2000 and quickly became one of the industry’s biggest success stories. The
magazine has struck a chord with busy women looking to make life easier, currently reaching 8.6 million readers per
*Real Simple magazine, July 2010 Issue, pa