So on tai's cage he has 2 5in holes cut into the top that the lights shine through. His lights are a 160W MVB and a 45W indoor halogen bulb. Well when moving the cage I noticed scortch marks in the shape of the domes, especially under the MVB. So I removed the MVB for now and replaced it with a low wattage house bulb for lighting purposes only and I left the halogen since that wood was barely off color. So what can I do to make it less dangerous? Is there something I can paint the wood with? Some sort of lining I can put on it? Would a metal plate work or would that just conduct the heat and burn a larger area of wood? I dont have the tools necessary to enlarge the holes more at the moment and I cant mount the lights on the inside of the enclosure. Is there anything else I can do? Also I ordered him a 48in T5 HO fixture that is supposedly coming beginning of april (didnt realize it would take so long or else I would have ordered from somewhere else) until this fixture comes in or until I can put the MVB back the only UVB light I have is a small 18 T8 fixture that I am thinking would work well attached to the bottom of one of his shelves but any suggestions on how to do that? Please keep in mind I dont have many tools available and none are electric.