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  • Heather Williamson

    IF WE BUILD A BACKYARD FENCE- Great idea for a large back yard: Use your solar lights. They aren't just for the ground! Take a 2x4 and cut them into squares to fit the existing fence posts. Using galvanized screws - not nails - to screw a "L" bracket to the underneath base. Then on top, screw on the stake.

  • philip anderson

    Here's a unique way to use your solar lights: Take 2x4s and cut them into squares to fit the original existing fence posts. Using galvanized screws (Not nails) Screw an "L" bracket to the underneath base. Then on top, screw on the stake.

  • Toni McCoy

    Solar lights for backyard lighting: Take a 2x4 and cut them into squares to fit the existing fence posts. Use galvanized screws (not nails) to screw a "L" bracket underneath base. On top, screw on the stake.

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