How To Add Garden Glass Solar Lights to your Driveway.
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These beautiful Garden Lights are waterproof made from thick glass. With a on and off switch on the bottom.
They come in 4 different shapes and sizes perfect size to add around your home, patio, garden pool areas. Take them camping or BBQ’s.
They come in these convenient sizes.
Square Small 7 cm x 7cm x 5cm they have 1 Ultra-Bright LED and 2pcs solar panels
Square Large 10 cm x 10 cm x 5cm they have 4pcs Ultra-Bright LED, 2pcs solar panels
Round 7 x 5cm, 1pcs of Ultra-Bright LED, 2pcs solar panels
Rectangle 20 x 6 x 5cm, 3pcs Ultra-Bright LED, 2pcs solar panels
These Glass Solar Lights are not only decorative but handy for lighting the way home in the evenings and providing security around your home.
They are fully automated.
No Maintenance Need.
They Charges themselves During the Day Time.
At sunset they glow.
We have placed them in our driveway; people are always commenting on how great the look.
I am asked all the time how did we add them to our new driveway. So here are the simple steps we used.
How To Add Garden Glass Lights In Your New Concrete Driveway.
Before You Pour Your Concrete.
All you Need is Glass Solar Lights Cardboard, 5cm thick Polystyrene (from an electrical store or storage boxes) and Mold resistance Silicone.
- Draw around your light on cardboard you need to add 10ml to each side (The concrete compresses the poly) Makes the hole smaller.
- Cut out your cardboard square you have just drawn, this becomes your template.
- Now we use the cardboard template to draw around on the 5cm thick polystyrene, (I found some poly in a electrical store).To create your driveway templates.
- Cut out as many polystyrene templates as lights needed.
- Add a stake to the polystyrene so it will stay in place where you desire the light to be, make sure where your light will get sunlight.
- Pour in your concrete
- Remove the polystyrene when the concrete is dry.
- Allow the concrete to dry for a day.
- Place your lights in the holes and silicone around the outsides to seal.
- Make sure your lights are turned on there is a button on the bottom.
- Wait for the sun to go down and enjoy your new driveway.