Find something that they do not like of a kind of smell they do not like and put it around the places you do not want them to get near
1. deciphering growing lights specifics
The important factors are the light spectrum and the lumens , not the watts. I have found more information for aquarium light products than garden lights . A metal halide ( not halogen ) with a 5000 C temperature rating would be good but use a lot of power ; available in wattage from 150 to 500 and maybe more.
2. How to tell if solar garden lights are working?
pat,solar lights are NOT connected to an electric outlet,they get their energy from the sun,sometimes you have to replace the rechargeable batteries in the lights,the best way to tell is by putting your hand over the solar panel on top of the light, the light should come on,if it does not you may have to replace the battery,and i do not think they make a battery charger for solar lights,hope this helps
3. how do i get rid of earwigs in garden lights there only in the battery departments?
After you clean them out seal the compartment with some sort of caulking so they cant reenter. They are just going in there to get out of the weather
4. What are the different types of solar garden lights available in the market?
If you are trying to just shine light on the whole garden there are spot light and flood lights available. If you want to accent the garden, hang lanterns or add any number of ornamental figurines. There are solar rocks that can be strategically placed to shine across your garden to. Use several to surround your work. Solar lighting is an excellent choice. Just make sure to get your panels in the sun and keep debris off of them.
5. How do I keep rabbits from chewing electrical cords on my garden lights?
Try the dog hair. Go to local salon and ask for hair from the floor
6. How to kill wasps that've built a nest INSIDE my sealed solar garden lights?
Try spraying it really well and quickly tie a plastic bag over the light so nothing can get out. They cannot breathe and will die
7. Cool things to make in my yard?
(: Bird feeders, humming bird feeders, ponds, decorative garden pots. Comfortable seating. Garden lights can be fun. They make these reflective twisty ties, that hunters use to mark trails so they can find their way around at night. Lost? Shine your light on that tree! They sell them in the sporting goods section of big stores. You could make little fairies out of them and hang them on plants that are illuminated at night. You could tell your cousin that fairies only come out at night and take him out to your peace garden at dark. I collect a lot of rocks and made a fairy park in a big garden pot. Made some miniature benches, a water fountain out of a geode and a white pebble pathway around the plants. If you do not have enough rocks, you could substitute various sizes of sticks. Tack them together to make a place for the fairies to chillax, when they visit at night. I hope you have fun with your fairy garden. Good luck! (:
8. What is the best brand of solar powered garden lights? Where do i get them?
Any brand is good. Just check for voltage (or wattage - I am not sure on this) - they come in different strength. It depends how bright you want the lights to be. Usually you can buy them in garden centres, or DIY stores with garden centre, but these places would usually stock cheep and cheerfull lights. If you want something prittier or desighner stuff (you know, you can get brick-shaped solar lights, then you just incorporate them in your garden path or wall design) then a lighting centre is the place to go. They have loads of them on ebay too, especially in ebay stores
9. Would it be possible to hack solar garden lights into one big PV panel?
a garden light uses one LED, or about 30mw of power. you would need 2000 of these to power just one 60 watt light bulb. not practical or cheap. you would be better served to get a single 60 watt panel. a clothes dryer uses a tremendous amount of power, you should hang the clothes out on a line to dry in the sunshine instead