Have you thought about solar camping? That is, using solar products if you are in a tent, cabin, or RV. No matter how or where you camp, using solar lights, solar radios, solar flashlights, even solar showers is a great way to go. There are several advantages to go solar camping and this article and others will explore those advantages.
I had an old wooden bench that I bought at a yard sale in another part of my garden. I moved it, painted it, then placed it in the area inside the gazebo.
I was expecting them to have a white light glow and nothing more. The Solar Flexi Flowers though surprised me when it gave off a very gorgeous blue glow. Not only did it have a gorgeous color, but the lights also faded in and out which gave them a more romantic and sophisticated look. I had never seen fading solar lights; these were the first, and I must say we were all impressed.
Devote the two days you have on a weekend to tidying up your garden. Remove plants that you won’t be wanting in your new landscape. Get your garden into the state that they should be in when the lights are installed. Once complete, you can get a clearer notion of what types of lights to use and where to locate them.
As long as there is more sunlight to be absorbed by the panel and thus recharge the batteries, your solar powered Christmas lights will continue to light night after night. These batteries will generally power for about 16 hours of continuous use. If daytime conditions are cloudy or overcast, this can reduce the time the Solar Christmas Lights are powered down to 8 hours. Fortunately, this is still sufficient for the purpose of christmas decorations as this will keep your solar lights going until after most folks have gone to bed.
Environmentally friendly – The single greatest aspect of solar outside lighting is that it is nature’s own renewable source of light energy generated from the sun. With the growing concerns about the condition of our planet and its resources, what a better time to go green and harness the sun’s energy.
The built in sensor detects when light levels outside begin to fade. This sensor triggers the solar powered Christmas lights to come on and stay on until daylight. Once the light is detected again, the sensor shuts off the lights.