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I added another bench to my garage and needed more task lighting, so I put halogen puck lights on easy-to-make mounting pads and installed them under a recycled ...
I used some scrap particle board as mounts for the puck lights. I stacked the mounts together and drilled corner holes, then screwed each puck to a mount.
I wanted at least a little uniformity for these lights, so I spaced them evenly and used zip ties to secure them under my wire shelf. Could have ...
These halogen pucks (mine are by Hampton Lighting, roughly US $20 at Home Depot for a pack of three, US $9 as singles) come with unfinished power cords. ...
I planned to put up a pegboard under this shelf so I wanted all my power cords neatly tucked up. I wanted to go relatively cheap on this ...
Here's shots of the switch instructions, wiring it into place, and a final shot of everything trimmed to length and re-terminated, with cords managed and lights on. Nice ...
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