how could i get the tops clean on solar lights? they are dull and i would like to get them cleaner thanks
Not sure what your solar lights look like, hope this helps:
Does the top come off? Sometimes they come off and you can clean them in the sink.
Try magic eraser.
I just use a cloth with mild soap and water.
This info should help:
Is this what you have? This video will help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4HGLGpim68
I clean mine using a microfiber cloth and white toothpaste like you get after your teeth are cleaned. Smells good, too! Stay safe and well!
Is the top portion that you want to clean made from glass or plastic?
If plastic, it may be that the heat and outdoor weather has clouded the plastic permanently.
Hi Sandi, Hope this video helps you clean your solar lights. I also learned you need to change the batteries in your solar lights. Stay well.
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Hi Sandy. I suggest you clean them with a paste toothpaste. (Any toothpaste will do, but just not gel, has to be paste). You can clean with a non-abrasive scrub pad or an old toothbrush. Good luck Sandy.
Hi Sandi: What I used was a product called Motsenbockers® Lift Off® Latex Paint Remover - 4.5 oz. Just be sure the can says "safe for plastic". I put it on with one of those magic eraser sponges, rubbing lightly, let it sit for about 5 or 10 seconds and rub off. Then clean with water and use Rain-X, again being sure this says 'safe for plastic', too. If it's not, just use wax. You may have to do it a couple of times, but it has worked for me. You might try to use non-acetone fingernail polish remover, too. Good luck
I just wipe mine off, but here's a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wkdhwYdfH8
Hello. Are used alcohol wipes for for mine. Alcohol wipes are tiny squares found in the pharmacy department a box is generally 1 to 2 dollars. The wipes are also good to disinfect cell phones.
Use window cleaner, which is basically vinegar & water. Then wipe with a microfiber cloth. If they are very dirty, wipe down with soapy water first.
Hi Sandi, you can try to clean them with vinegar, then put a thin coat of cooking oil on them to make them shinier!