I tried the 22w cfl as "100 w subsitute". I was groping in the dark. Finally, I bougt
some two-bulb Y adapters and put in a pair of 45w CFL's. Finally I can see!
By the way, CFL's are generally rated at 120volts and Incandescents at 130v.
I also had some bad experience with grocery store 22w. Three have caught fire!
I don't mean a little smoke ... I mean actual flames the size of a candle. I watched
for three minutes in one instance until the thing fizzed out. Good thing I have
sheetrock ceilings; hate to think about lampshades. Good quality 45's out of
Amazon are spendy, but seem to last forever (none have failed yet in two years).
The quest continues: tires that don't go flat; light bulbs that don't burn out!