Quick & Easy Way to Clean, Renew & Restore Solar Pathway Lights! Wow!! Looks Brand New!!!

Quick & Easy Way to Clean, Renew & Restore Solar Pathway Lights! Wow!! Looks Brand New!!!

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Angela Stewart says:

All that to restore. Just go to $ store buy new one .

Nasreen Akhtar says:

Good job thanks for sharing mine is same as your i will try this method too

part panwar says:

Here is the beautiful Solar post lights I like so much: amazon shops sogrand

Julie H says:

Thank you for that! Now I’m going to clean up my solar lights. I thought when that happened they were toast.

Ted Tolentino says:

It's a shame that we here in this country still feel buying new whenever something gets old or just inconvenient to maintain as a preference to taking care of what we have. Your method doesn't seem to take that long to perform to preserve these solar lights. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and tips. May I ask: Does the same method work to clear up the yellowed body of the solar lamp ( is it made of the same acrylic that modern day car headlamps are constructed with)?

A logan says:

Awsome video thank you!!

B QUE says:

Thank you for this video. I will try this on all of my solar motion sensor lights. Some have quit working. Then if that does get them working, I will replace batteries.

Christien’s Garden says:

Great video

RJGamer1002 says:

I use a magic eraser. It work for me

Radhakrishnan Madhava Panicker says:

Please suggest me how to change the bulbs

Radhakrishnan Madhava Panicker says:

please suggest me how to change the faulty bulb

dave himlin says:

I wonder if it would be a good idea to spray clear coat on any new big solar panels ? I just ordered 120 watt flexible solar panels . I wonder if giving them a few light coats of clear UV urethane would protect them ? I wonder if doing that, may decrease voltage/amperage output of the solar panel ?

Sebastian Pryer says:

Thank you so much some great tips and ideas to help increase the durability of the lights

Andy Schwartz says:

This video was fantastic!!!

FrenchToast says:

This was very helpful, thank you. I had not thought of taking in my pathway lights over Winter, but now I will probably do so. My area of the country does get quite a bit of of sunlight through at least December, though. Still, it may be a good idea to service them as you do in the video and store them until sometime in March or so once it starts to warm up again. I wish I had seen your video a long time ago. I threw a way a really nice set of lights some years back because I just thought they were no good after one season! Oh, well….c'est la vie.

Lisa Lisa says:

Sweet, thank you! I'm going to try this right now, wish me luck!

Patricia Arnett says:

Did not have sand paper so used my emery boards, also used clear nail polish. Working great. Thank you.

Esther Caceres says:

Amazing job!

Gail Joanne Bradley says:

Thank you for complete detailed steps on cleaning our solar lights.

Bill Skar says:

I really appreciate people like yourself giving tips on anything and everything. That being said, if I can buy a light for under 5 bucks, there's no way I am going to buy all these products and spend all the time and effort to clean them. The mention of a magic eraser sounds simple and promising. And maybe I'm wrong but thr solar panel you showed in the beginning and the one you ended up working on seem to be two different ones. I really can't see making any solar lens look that good from crap no matter what you use.

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