Jacquelyn Poole Outdoor July 11th, 2018 - 02:07:26
Solar outdoor lights up all over my backyard and I always need more. There is never enough solar lights for my backyard, so you get a set of two that I'm looking at the solar panel is here on top peel off the plastic because you don't need that. It looks like the on and off switch is inside. So if I can get it so this is about how bright it is. Let me turn this off, so you can see, and of course, these are solar panels. So as long as they're out in the Sun and a nice sunny spot for about four to six hours, they should work perfectly fine.
You do get the hardware to install them, so there's two screws plus two wood screws and there's a set of those for each and the back of these has two holes to make it really easy to set these up. So I would say they're not crazy, bright, which I don't mind it's you know just. I guess so that it's not completely dark in the backyard and our backyard is super dark. There's no street lighting that reaches our backyard. The way that our houses are set up here so these I actually like the way that they look.
These would even look great in the front yard, but I don't know how to put stucco screws in the stucco. It's not like my thing and my husband is a not handy person, so maybe I'll have to you too, because I really do like how these look like a traditional you're like a carriage type, where these would be steel, but they're actually both plastic. So all of this is made out of plastic. There are two LED inside. If you can see those I like that, you know if it rains your water's gonna get inside, I mean the the led is deep in there.
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