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My outside house lights were good at 2 things: producing blinding light and scaring the neighbors with their hideous 1980's styling. I knew something had to be done, ...
This step is very straight forward assuming you have some mechanical skills. If you don't, reconsider committing to this project. TURN OFF THE POWER and remove the light ...
Do whatever it takes to clean and dry all the parts(including the glass). I used a small amount of car wash in a bucket with some water and ...
Paint glass with spray on etching, and parts with primer then paint. I found the spray-on etching at Michaels, it took 4 coats to get the coverage I ...
Give the parts time to dry before reassemble them. I waited a day before rebuilding the light. It all went back together without a hitch. Make sure you ...
Enjoy your new lights! Refinishing my lights instead of buying new ones saved me about $180, and saved the landfill about 20 pounds of trash. I like the ...
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