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Old 09-01-2013, 03:36 PM   #1
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It can also be used as?

Many products are marketed for one purpose but can function in a slightly different way. For example, I got tired of banging my head on my awning rails at night so I bought two solar lights at the Depot ($2 each on sale) and lay them in the track of the rail. They charge during the day and keep the bumps off my head at night. Any other ideas out there?
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Many products are marketed for one purpose but can function in a slightly different way. For example, I got tired of banging my head on my awning rails at night so I bought two solar lights at the Depot ($2 each on sale) and lay them in the track of the rail. They charge during the day and keep the bumps off my head at night. Any other ideas out there?
You leave your awning out all the time?
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No, but I don't go to bed when the sun sets either.
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Another solar walkway light use. I drilled a hole in one front corner of the bottom step and place a light there. Haven't missed the steps since, and don't have to leave the bug attractor on(porch light).
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