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How To Clean Solar Lights Numerous of us forget about the lights that we worked so hard to put in around our yard. Each day we come home to the path lights that assist us to see where we are going and we look out on the backyard that is lit up by the flood lights that we installed for security and safety. After putting them in they become such a huge part of the home that we frequently forget one rather crucial thing - they need to be cleaned! Before you start you need to turn the power off. You will be cleaning them during the day so there is no need for them to be on and you don't want to damage the lights or electrocute yourself in the process. A ladder need to be used to reach any lights that are high up. Use a screwdriver to get rid of the globe from round the light fixture. Also take away the light bulb. Throw it away if is doesn't work anymore. Place these to the side where you will be able to clean them later on - but where it will not get damaged. Fill a bucket up with warm water and dish detergent. Use an old rag to wash down the exterior of the light fixture. Make sure to rinse it when it is too nasty. Wet the rag once more and squeeze it out till no water is dropping from it. Now wash the inside of the fixture and round the socket. Be sure not to get any water inside of the socket. When you are done utilize a towel to dry it off. Take glass cleaner and use it to clean off the globes and the functional light bulb. When you are finished put back the bulb and globe. Utilize a different rag to apply polish. This will help to bring back the shine and make it look like new once more. Allow it to dry before you turn it back on. Solar Lights

How To Clean Solar Lights  

they become such a huge part of the home that we frequently forget one rather crucial thing - they

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