Protect Your Solar Lights This Fall and Winter: Tips for Fall Clean-Up & Winter Storage

Most, but not all, solar lights survive the winter well even in cold, snowy and icy winters. Some do not, and solar pumps and water fountains also can be damaged by the cold.tip_clip_large

This post outlines what lights should be packed away for winter, how to store them properly so they’ll work properly next year, and thing to think about before the rakes, leaf blowers come out.

Even if your area doesn’t get heavy winter weather, most all gardens and landscape need a good fall clean-up. Make sure yours doesn’t damage your lights with our on-store blog post: Protect Your Solar Lights This Fall and Winter: Tips for Fall Clean-Up & Winter Storage, which covers:

  • Outside or Store Until Spring? General Rules of Thumb
  • Proper Storage: Best Practices so Everything Works Next Spring
  • Fall Cleanup for Gardens, Landscapes
  • Look for Fall Deals on Solar Products, Early Holiday Gifts

And yes, the reference for fall deals means a flash sale probably will be held soon at SolarFlairLighting.com. Can’t wait: visit the shop and give us a call for special discounts on multi-unit orders.

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