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Easy Way To Clean Solar Lights

Under normal circumstances, to obtain a long-life lamp, in addition to its performance, it must be carefully protected and cleaned to obtain permanent longevity.

Although outdoor solar lights can bring light to the courtyard, they are exposed to wind and rain every day because they are always exposed. It will naturally become very dirty, yellow, and fade. We need to do some simple cleaning regularly to ensure that they can continue to emit superb brightness.

How to clean solar lights?

1. Clean the bulb and panel

Take a damp towel and wipe off the debris on the lamp panel and bulb. Dirt and dust accumulated throughout the year will inhibit the performance of the lamp. It is recommended to wipe the panel every month and try to wipe it with a damp cloth that has been wrung out completely to prevent water from entering and damaging the electronic equipment.

2. Restore the multi-cloud panel

Cover the plastic part of the lamp with painters tape to protect the plastic parts. But make sure that the panel is completely clean before proceeding with this step.

3. Remove battery corrosion

When the battery is found to be corroded, it needs to be taken out immediately. Then drop vinegar on the corroded area to dissolve it, and then use a toothbrush to clean the corroded substance. In addition, the battery can be replaced with a rechargeable solar battery, which can reduce battery corrosion. After everything is done, you can put in a new battery and check whether the lamp can work normally. If not, then you may have to replace it with a new one.

How to clean solar panels on outdoor lights?

This cleaning method is actually similar to the one mentioned above, but there are a few points that need to be added.

1. It is best to clean the solar panels in a cool place outdoors.

2. Regularly pruning and clearing nearby trees and shrubs to ensure that the solar lamp can absorb enough sunlight.

3. It must be cleaned with a semi-dry damp cloth and soapy water.