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Inexpensive garage lights from LED strips

Hello all you happy people. Welcome to my first instructable.This project came about as I recently rebuilt my garage and found myself in need of complete lighting throughout.I had two main objectives: I wanted bright/even coverage and I wanted to do it as inexpensively as possible.For a number of reasons I wanted to use all LED lighting for my project but the commercial products were cost prohibitive. At the time of this writing, 4 foot shop lights are going for $40 and higher. I did some…


I don’t know if it’s something that I notice because I work in the kitchen the most or if it’s just something that women in general notice more than men…. but in my house I tend to notice how bright a room is a little bit more than my husband. The yellow cast of light …

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How to Put Christmas Lights in a Wine Bottle

Turn any glass bottle into a glowing focal point with little more than a string of LED Christmas lights and a diamond hole saw drill bit.


Ooo, low-key lighting for a pathway. This would be nice for a driveway that can be turned on/off and is solar powered. Maybe have a clicker for in your car that toggles the lights, the gate, and the garage?


Wireless Porch Lights. Cordless, Motion activated lights cast a bright, wide beam. Turns on by itself when it detects motion up to 10 feet and stays lit for 30 seconds. With 7 super bright LED lights, they will last up to 100,000 hours and are mounted on a swiveling base that adjusts to any angle. Uses 4 AA batteries.