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READER TIP: How to Put Your LED Holiday Lights to Use Year Round

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On January 13, 2010 @ 3:47 pm In Decorative Objects,DIY,Green Home decor,Green Lighting,Green Lighting | No Comments

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If you made the switch from traditional energy-sucking holiday lights to efficient LED ones [1] this year, we applaud you. But we also know that they aren’t the cheapest thing in the world. That’s why were were absolutely delighted to receive this clever tip from reader SleepySyrup that lets you leverage your LED light [2] investment into something that can provide you with light year-round instead of just around the holidays:

A string of LED holiday lights [2], combined with a two-dollar socket adapter from your local home-improvement store, can transform a lamp or overhead light into an eco-friendly light source. A 50-bulb string uses less than 5 watts of electricity, and, this time of year, they can be had for a fraction of the price of a commercial LED bulb.

Thanks SleepySyrup! And to all of our other readers, if you have a tip that you want to see on Inhabitat, use this form [3] to let us know about it. Remember, sticking to our guidelines [3] means you have a better chance at seeing your submission published.

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[1] efficient LED ones: http://www.inhabitat.com/2006/12/14/led-christmas-lights/

[2] LED light: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/11/24/go-green-this-holiday-season-with-led-christmas-lights/

[3] this form: http://www.inhabitat.com/?action=submit-story

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