Patio lighting for rope consists of a clear, flexible plastic hose with a row of small lamps inside, evenly distributed. You can buy these lights in different light such as white, blue or red. Some rope lights flash while others are flashing. You can even lower your rope light to the desired length. But if a light bulb burns out, you have to replace the entire line.
Trees and bushes
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String rope lights in trees and shrubs in your garden, backyard or both. Use white or yellow rope light all year round to add a sense of elegance to your garden. Or stand out from your neighbors by using blue or purple light. For Christmas wrap red or green rope lighting around trees or patio. Use Orange rope lighting to decorate for Halloween.
Add some night time atmosphere to your deck or patio with rope lighting. Outline the perimeter of your patio lighting. Not only does it look nice but helps your guests see the patio edge in the dark. If you have a tire, use light to account for the edges, wrap around stamens and railings, or reinforce some architectural details. Illuminate outdoor roads with rope lighting. Outline your walkway, driveway or garden paths so you and your visitors can see where you are going
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