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Arts and Crafts

Friday, August 16, 2013

Shedding Light On Arts And Crafts

How creative can a person be? Very creative, as we already have discovered after looking at all the different art and craft projects made from the most unusual materials. One thing they all have in common though is that they require good lighting.

When you practice your hobby in your shed, you may have to run electricity to it. That is not a simple and cheap solution, but you can't feel your way around in the dark and expect your project to end up the way you had envisioned.

Don't worry; someone put his/her creativity to good use and solved the problem by coming up with instant light. It is an ingenious design on a dime.

By putting some chlorine in the water, you prevent the growth of algae. One water bottle is said to put out the same amount of light as a 60 watt light bulb.

This environmental friendly technology is already used all over the world in the normally dark living quarters of many, less fortunate people. The water bottles even light up a school in the Philippines.

Of course they don't work when darkness falls across the land, but at least they shed some free light on the task at hand during the day. That is already a major improvement. Imagine what installing a few in the roof of your shed will do.

It would instantly brighten up your day!

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