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No nails, no staples? Yes, this is possible with the tip we have for you with installing LED Christmas lights on windows and doors. First, the windows.
As you can see below, this is a window and the surface is brick. The tip is to use glue! Simple right?
All you do is put a dab of glue and you’ve got it secured. Here is a link to the best glue sticks to refill. This is your tip for brick windows, arches or doors. Also, be careful when putting lights on doors because people are most likely to knock them down when walking by. Just an extra tip from a pro!
Above, is a closer look at how you glue to the LED bulbs. Also, a tip to help is taking off the clip at the end. Removing the clip will also help with inserting them into the siding for the next tip on having no nails or staples for siding. Look at the image below to make sure you know the correct clip to break off.
You will put a dab of glue on the bottom for doors or arches and for the window frames glue will go on the side. See picture below.
Below you will see how to place them after the glue and why taking the clip off the LED bulbs is important.
Knowing these tips will complete an installment and make it look professional!
Now that you know the tip for the windows now it is time for the doors and siding!
Make your next gingerbread house look the best of the best and look professional!
To help it look like a professional installment, you will first need to customize your strand of LED lights. Above, I used a female end to make the exact measurements for the siding.
After you have measured and customized your chords you can now insert into the siding as shown above. Very important, this tip only works with C7 bulbs. It does not work with our C9 bulbs.
As I had said before, I customized the strand of lights so it was perfect a length.
After all of the bulbs are in the siding, you now just need to connect it to power. I use a nice, professional extension chord to connect the power.
I connect the extension chord to the siding and then to the door. There ya have it! All lit up for the holidays!
Above you can see that I used a female end to connect power from the roofline. This keeps the installment look clean and professional. No more extra chords!
These tips will transform how your installments look for the holidays! Learn more at our YouTube channel for more tips from a pro!
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