Don’t toss those burned out lights! Instead, learn how to fix Christmas lights instead of throwing them away with a single, simple, inexpensive miracle product.
Hello on a Wednesday! I don’t usually post on Wednesdays but something happened the other day that rocked my world in such a (good) way that I couldn’t not post about it.
It all began after we decorated for Christmas. I knew our pre-lit garland had been around for a few years, but we tried them in the outlet and they still worked so we threw caution to the wind and wrapped our banisters up in Christmas glory.
With all our light timers set to perfection, we anticipated to celebrate our hard work in all it’s bright and sparkly glory. And celebrate we did! For all of about 10 seconds before one of strands went completely dark.
Visions of “you checked every bulb, right Russ?” flashed through my head. I sighed and said I’d head to Hobby Lobby, but David wasn’t so quick to admit defeat. He did some research and within an hour a Light Keeper Pro was on its way to out house. Thank you Amazon Same Day Delivery (how do they do that?!). — Amazon Prime Membership is my love language.
Anyway, I was skeptical to say the least.
They are old lights.
It doesn’t matter.
We don’t even know which bulb is burned out.
That’s the whole point.
Ok fine, impress me.
And impress me (and Hailey!) it did!
You guys, the Light Keeper Pro means that you no longer have to throw out strands of lights that don’t work. It FIXES it with a pull of a trigger, by sending an electrical pulse through the strand. Then you can see which bulb is burned out, replace it (it even comes with spare light bulbs) and allow your strand to live on and on! Honestly, I don’t even know how it does it, but IT DOES.
This is life changing, especially if you have pre-lit trees or garland like I do. This light saver is less than $20 and has already paid for itself since I did not have to buy a new strand of pre-lit garland, which runs $20 on its own.
If you like Christmas lights, you need this product.
If you are going to a White Elephant party, you need this product.
If you have a fix-it husband or a husband who can’t fix a thing typically, you need this product.
Once again, dad saves the day.
And that’s why I had to hop on here on a Wednesday and write an entire post dedicated to a Christmas Light Saver. Now release your inner Clark Griswald and hang up those lights you weren’t sure about because now YOU CAN BRING THEM BACK TO LIFE if they fail you.
What is your favorite part of your home holiday decor?
What is the most frustrating part?