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Light Up Your Night In The Woods With Rechargeable Camping Lanterns

It is unarguable that the human race is well in the center of the industrial and technological advancement. Every invention cropping up in this age is geared towards enabling human beings to have access to easier and more comfortable standard of living.

Once in a while, everybody just wants to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Maybe going on a break; a camping trip won’t be a bad idea.

So you want to go camping to relax and appreciate nature. Your mind is made up on where to go but, while everything is figured out, overnight lighting is still an issue.

Not to worry: technology already figured that part out for you. All you need is a rechargeable lantern and your night in the cold, dark woods will not be so bleak.

Advantages of Rechargeable Camping Lanterns

1. They are Easy to Use

Since it has no need for fuel, then it makes a good option for outdoor use. It’s easier to use a reachable lantern as the burden of providing fuel is eliminated. It also has no wires or fuel canisters thereby eliminating the hassle of carrying extra baggage along with your lantern.

2. They are safe to use

Rechargeable lamps need no real flames to provide lighting. This means that the possibility of a fire outbreak is eliminated. While employing this appliance for your comfort and convenience, the last thing you want to worry about is how safe it is for outdoor use as safety risks are nonexistent.

3. They are light Weight

Rechargeable lanterns are easier to carry because they, unlike the regular gas or fuel powered lanterns, are very light. Their light weight also makes them easy to stow.

How to Make a Rechargeable Lantern

If you think buying a rechargeable lantern will make a dent in your purse which you cannot afford to have, you can save your purse that dent and make one yourself.

What’s you will need:

  • Glass jars
  • Solar lights
  • Paper tape
  • Small paint brush
  • Adhesive glue
  • Twine
  • Scissors or blade
  • Glitter (optional)

First step

Clean out your glass jars and allow them to dry off (if necessary).

Second step

Glue the solar lights to the dry glass jars and allow a few minutes to pass for it to dry so as to let them stick properly.

Third step

Attach the twine by applying the glue to the sides of the jar. After that, stick the light starting from the top down to the base. Set this aside so that it can dry.

Fourth step

Take your twine and fold it in equal halves. Make a knot with a loop on one end. This is meant to allow you hang the light wherever you please.

Firth step

If you wish, you can add some glitter to the jars with some glue before attaching your lights.

There’s the lighting you need to complete your camp trip!