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A Good use for Glow in the dark tape. :)

Step 1: Take Top Off of Solar Lights and Turn Upside Down.

Hi everyone,

I have some solar lights in the front yard one of the top was coming off so I started to put it back on and noticed the bottom side is not reflective. I was thinking oh we have to fix that lol :)

You could probably do fine with some flashing duct tape or any reflective foil, but I had some glow in the dark duct tape already.

Ok, so first things first take the top off the solar light.

Clean out any bugs or grass etc... and look what type of solar lights you have some are reflective some aren't. I bought these at dollar store and Walmart for the bigger lights.

Step 2: Cut Out the Duct Tape.

Lay the duct tape across the light and cut a circle or the center part of the light.

In this setup, since I have two different sizes I thought I would use the center portion of the big one and use it on the smaller light.

Step 3: Apply the Tape

Apply the tape around the light.

It can be a little tricky so you may have to cut out squares and apply.

Step 4: Here Is the Final Product.

It seems to have worked out well. Don't worry too much how it looks because no one will see it.

Hope you like it. If you do please vote :)

<p>I was trying to figure out what this was for until I read it more carefully. Do you have a shot of it on a lawn or something? Might help folks understand what it's for....</p>

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