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Outdoor solar lights are a prepper’s best friend. I have several in my front yard that I plan on using for extra indoor lighting during a power outage. But the following article has several interesting ideas I never considered before.
For example, if your solar garden lights have AA rechargeable batteries inside, you can use them as solar battery chargers. I have to admit, I felt kind of stupid for not thinking of this on my own. Another tip is to remove the decorative shade; they’re much brighter without them. And that’s just two of the many ways you can hack your outdoor solar lights for survival.
Nancy writes, “It’s that startling moment when the lights go out in the middle of the night. You haven’t had time to mount your flashlights next to your bed. And you can’t find your candles in the complete dark. As you stumble about, you notice a white glow coming from your vegetable garden. It’s the solar lighting you put out there earlier this year.” Follow the link below to keep reading.