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Instead of buying expensive pool LEDs from the store, you can make one in 15 minutes with a few materials. This is guaranteed to work, and is very ...
You will need a few materials to make this project. 1 small clear plastic bottle with the lid 1 LED 1 battery pack from a old flashlight Aluminum ...
Wash the jar with warm water so the label can be peeled off. Wipe and set aside to dry.
Tape the foil to the ends of the battery pack, but be careful NOT to join the ends. Tape the short piece of foil to the '-' end ...
After the wiring has been completed, gently lower the system into the jar. Then bend the edges around the rim of the jar and tape it.
The switch is a simple way to connect the loose ends of the aluminum foil in a stylish manner. To make it, cover the entire lid with the ...
To make the jar opaque, use the Press-n-Seal wrap to cover the jar. This will make a warm glow out of the harsh brightness of the light.
Take the pieces of styrofoam and glue them around the bottle. This will enable it to float properly. When putting it in the pool, be sure that the ...
So there you have it. A simple floating LED you can make by yourself. So decorate your pool and make it the best in your neighborhood.
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