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samuel
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03/02/2019 8:58 pm  

Can anyone please give me any tips on using solar garden lights?


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cedricm
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03/02/2019 8:59 pm  

The most important tip is to ensure the solar lights are away from shade as much as possible.


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henry
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03/02/2019 9:00 pm  

Also, before you install, try out the solar lights in the space they will be in.


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03/02/2019 9:02 pm  

Don't just stick spikes in the ground - they will fall over. Put a bed of gravel in the ground and put them in there. Also make sure all the lights are the same height off the ground, or they will look weird.


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03/02/2019 9:07 pm  

Remember that the taller the solar light, the further the light will go.


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03/02/2019 9:14 pm  

I love using solar path lights which are becoming incredibly popular! 


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03/02/2019 9:32 pm  

A useful thing to note is that solar garden lights do NOT have to be in the sun all day 100% - just most of it.


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chill
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03/02/2019 9:38 pm  

For garden lights, I tried - and fell in love with - solar fairy lights!  These look like Christmas lights, but come in any colour and are really beautiful around plants, trees and outdoor structures.


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chu
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03/02/2019 9:39 pm  

Don't forget solar lights around outside of ponds! Wonderful!


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