How To Make A Lighted Pathway With Solar Powered Sun Bricks

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If you happen to have some trouble with lighting your patio, then this next idea will make you feel relieved. To avoid using lots of light bulbs and different types of lighting, you could install some bricks that use solar power. The great thing about them is, that they can be installed very easily without having to do some heavy electrical work. You just simply place the bricks where you would place any regular brick and they will charge themselves with sunlight. In the evening when you’ll be coming home from a night out you won’t have to worry about finding a switch to illuminate your walkway. The solar bricks will show you the way and guide you to the entrance of your home. In case of a sunny day, your bricks will last for 8 hours and will shine as bright as stars. You can purchase them on Amazon. The bricks will be worth the investment, as you’ll only need a few to lighten up your patio.

Features:

  • 2 LEDs
  • 100% Solar powered no external wiring necessary!
  • Dimensions: 7.5″ x 3.9″ x 2.35″

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2 Responses to “How To Make A Lighted Pathway With Solar Powered Sun Bricks”

  1. aplice says:

    I still run daytime lights anyway, as it takes no additional effort. In fact my newest B&M front dynamo light (with a stand light on the front as well as the back) does not actually have an off switch.

  2. John Magezi says:

    A great idea. I unreservedly recommend this to everyone in need of lighting up their pathway

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