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I'm actually using a bathroom that is painted light purple, so it work out perfect.

The concept is this. You don't want it white, because the UV light can bounce around. So, for instance light from a window coming through the crack at the bottom of the door will bounce around with white walls.

If you have black walls it will absorb unwanted light, but make it harder to see.

So your looking for a balance.

I have a simple yellow light bulb from Lowes. It was listed as a "bug light: on the packaging. I think it's 60 watts. It gives me plenty of light. I have no problems. I've been told that the yellow bug lights give off much more light than red lights.
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