Solar porch light save energy and reduce electricity costs through solar batteries. These lights absorb sunlight during the day and light up when they are placed in dark places. If you have a couple of old posts solar garden light, do not throw it away. Create your own solar porch light for use indoors in winter evenings or outdoors during summer barbecues. Carefully remove the tough fireplace wind kerosene lamp.
Unscrew the metal case where the fuse is located, as well as mesh mantle below deck when it is removed, the wick should appear. Empty glass background kerosene lamp and wash them thoroughly with soap and water. Sprayed fire resistant to wind frosted spray paint. The icing hides solar bulb and helps diffuse the light. Take poles apart garden lights.
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The plastic housing usually just falls into place; disengages the cover and solar lamp post and the battery pack. The battery assembly must be square, press a marble-sized ball of poster tack in each corner of the assembly. Press the assembly down over the hole in the base of the kerosene lamp. Set fire to the wind resistant over the bulb and place the solar porch light in a shady place.