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You can decorate any sort of bottle, jar, or glass for your solar light with your hot glue gun.
Just dribble as thin a stream as you can get from your hot gun onto the inside of your container. The result looks like cracked glass and can help to diffuse the light. If your container, or in my case, the four sided lantern light from Walmart has plain clear plastic "windows," the dribbled glue actually makes the light seem brighter because of the way the glue picks up the light and spreads it better than the tiny pin point of the single LED.
Cheap electronic based toys & lights have batteries and rare earth metals in the components. This is an issue that no one talks about and we need to know that dumping them in the trash (they’re poisonous) does impact the environment, du-oh! So be sure to dispose of all the little toys that use electronics, solar lights, etc. & their batteries properly. Note that you can replace the rechargeable battery in solar-based products & toys when they stop charging. Don’t place the old battery in the trash - there are places you can find online in your community that recycle the batteries. The United States is in competition with China for the metals used in electronics. Disposing of the batteries and electronic parts responsibly makes the components they are made out of available for use again - it’s patriotic lol.
Got us a lot of good ideas there I am getting into the solar light thing I really like them you know for security light but I must admit it is getting a little addictive which hey it is what it is it ain't what it ain't thank you I will be using a lot of these ideals God bless you and have a darn good day
If you use the Pcrystal cut" jelly jars (12 for $6-$9) it can actually light up a ROOM - the facets in the glass defuses the light in such a way that it also concentrates it! Great for in the bathroom or during a power outage - which was actually how I found out how bright this is, a couple of tonaeoes knocled the power out for a few days so in desperation I did this and it was wonderful! And, yes, we are on septic so the petty was on rationed flushes