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in Solar Landscape Lights - 08 May, 2013
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How to Care for and Maintain Solar Powered Landscape Lights

Light Globes
You must be surprised as to why your solar powered landscape lights are beginning to lose significant illumination over time. Maybe, at first, you’re satisfied with the quality of light that your gadgets emit for your garden. However, it just isn’t the same anymore a few months later. They have become dimmer. It seems that they are not working enough to brighten up the immediate surroundings.

Why is that? We all want bright, focused, and steady luminescence for landscape, and we expect the latest fixtures that we install in our home exterior area to deliver for a long time. Fortunately, if your gadgets start to become unreliable when it comes to providing illumination, there are effective ways and steps to bring back that glow from your sun powered illuminating device that you’ve always been content with.

You simply must follow these steps and you are assured of maximum lighting:

Steps to a well-maintained and bright solar powered landscaped lights

1. Clean them with ordinary water, soap, and moist cloth

Is it possible that the surface of the gadgets has become muddied or dirtied with dust, leaves, and other debris. If so, you just have to wipe off the surface gently. This will maximize the amount of light that your devices give off.

2. See to it that sunlight is not blocked

It is possible that the panels have been obscured from the rays of the sun. It has always been the case that the real cause of the problem is that the panel doesn’t get enough energy from sun rays. If this is so, the amount of energy that has been gathered is not enough to produce power needed to emit maximum light.

If the dirt of grime has hardened, a good tip is to soften it by spraying water on it. When doing so, make sure that the surface is completely sealed so that water or moisture will not seep through it.

3. Make sure that your batteries are working

Batteries might not work as efficiently as the outdoor solar outdoor light fixtures themselves. If you think that you have a malfunctioning or inferior battery, it is best that you go to the home improvement shop and have it checked for quality.

4. Check for any break or crack on surface

Do you know that the performance of your gadget can be affected by product flaws such as breaks or surface cracks? Remember that the solar cells are found inside, which means that dust, dirt, and water can seep in and damage these vital parts. Consequently, this can cause the device to malfunction or give off insufficient light. Cracked or broken devices are considered to be defective; it is best that they are disposed of.

Finally, when you clean your solar powered landscape lights with water and moist cloth, it is best to dry it off completely. If moist is still present, any dust and dirt that go to your device will stick to it stubbornly as soon it dries off. Now your lighting fixture is again brand new. Expect them to emit off the same amount illumination like they were brand new.
Thanks to the photo of camknows

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