If the batteries are A size and you have a battery charger that will accept A size batteries you can remove from the lights and charge them.After you charge them then maybe they will charge by the sunlight..I have charged before
1. I'm thinking of buying Malibu solar lights for the outside. OSH is selling 10 lights for $40?
I use them all over my back and front yard to light walkways (and to spy on the dogs at night when I let them outside). The solar lights have to be placed where they receive adequate sun during the day for optimal light at night. They are not as bright as the electric ones, so you need more spaced closely together so you do not get dark spots. If you place them near plants, you have to check them now and again to see whether the plant is obstructing the sun and prune it back if it is. The price OSH is offering them for is reasonable and I think you will be happier with the stainless if you treat it with the Zep stainless steel cleaner and protector first. The stainless ones tend to get a lot of water spots and get cloudy and crusty on the surface if you do not . Zep applied a couple of times of year keeps them looking brand new
2. how can solar garden light solar lights be rejuvenated ... have tried cleaning the panels with negative result?
take the top off it should pop apart, clean and replace the batteries
3. Ideas on what to do with my back yard living space?
Target has some hanging basket hangers that are black iron on clearance right now. Get a few of those and attatch to house, fence, or pergola to add interest with hanging solar lights, hang flower baskets, or hanging candle holders. It does not matter what kind of patio furniture you have, it could be plastic for all I know, but dress up those chairs with clearanced cushions (or make your own) and throw an outdoor table cloth with color! Potted plants in glazed pots, that you can get inexpensively from Mexico, with some grasses like Liriope, something hanging like an ivy or potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and some color like sunflowers or hydrangea will give great color and will define the space a little more. Make sure these glazed pots are about 3 feet high. Lastly get some lights from IKEA that you can string across and that will lend a festive atmosphere that is also inexpensive, because you plug them in only when you have an outdoor event.
4. How can I brighten dim solar lights?
Hi, Do not forget to clean the small solar panel from time to time. If you do not the batteries will not recharge properly.
5. What can i do about hispanic neighbour he keeps running over my Outdoor Solar Lights because he keeps cutting?
Putting a board with nails is considered a trap and that is a serious crime. As tempting as it sounds, do not do it, it's not worth it. Call the cops on them. That should scare them enough. And no, it's not in the culture as far as I know. Your neighbors are just ignorant *******.
6. How long do solar lights stay on?
It depends on the type of lights you have. Accent lights will stay on all night with a few hours of sun, and often into the next cloudy/rainy night if the battery has stored sun. Lamps and Lamp posts are the same thing. You want to make sure you get good ones though, and look for ones with Lithium-Ion batteries. There are also decorative lights that stay on, such as lanterns or floating lights for pools. And floodlights/security spot lights that can stay on up to 2 minutes every time the go on for up to 100 times a night, or for up to 8-10 hours continuously.
7. How long does it take for new solar lights to work?
Hey, The top of the light is where the solar grid is. If you take off the top and underneath should be a AA battery. Just pull that out and it should light up. Then twist the top back on. -Gregg