Christmas Net Lights Are Easy To Use
We use Christmas net lights on the shrubbery in front of our house. The lights that I am using now are 6.6 feet wide and almost 10 feet long so I can cover quite a large area. This is so much easier than stringing lights around and around the shrubs.
The net lights that I use are waterproof but they warn you to keep the plug in a dry place. I use a 6-Outlet Power Stake Timer with Light Sensor that comes with a 6-Foot Cord to take care of that problem. It works really great and gives me other outlets to plug in rope lights and other lights that I might be using.
Storing Christmas Net Lights
I use to have a lot of problems with storing Christmas net lights. If you just fold them up and put them in a box – no matter how careful you are – sometime between this Christmas and the next Christmas, someone goes in and gets your lights into a tangled mess. Now I will agree that the newer lights that I have are not supposed to have that problem but I don’t take that chance.
I buy 1×1 lumber at the lumber yard – was going to use dowel rods but they are way more expensive. Then I cut the 1×1 to be about a foot or a little more than the width of my net lights. So since my lights are 6.6 feet wide, I would cut my 1×1 to 7.6 or 8 foot. Then you need 2 people. One holds the 1×1 and turns it to wrap the lights while the other person keeps it wrapping straight on the 1×1. Once you have it wrapped on the 1×1, use some kind of ties, string or whatever to keep the net from coming unwrapped. Next Christmas, just unroll and you are ready to go.
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