Store Christmas Lights
Edited by Emmanuel M. Lardizabal, Eng, Lynn, Ermin and 1 other
Christmas lights make every house look bright and cheerful. They are not only used for Christmas trees, but also for other areas to make the house full of Christmas spirit. Without these lights, a house will look dull and boring. It is advisable to buy an expensive Christmas lights because these assure you of a great quality and durability. However, these can still be damaged and broken into pieces, if you do not know how to take care of them.
Many people just store Christmas lights just any place, where they can be prone to damage. They will then decide to buy more Christmas lights, if the old ones are not working anymore. Should this always happen when Christmas is coming? It shouldn't be, because you are only wasting your money. You can, in fact, reuse your Christmas lights, if you have stored them properly and in the right place. Below are some helpful steps on how you can store Christmas lights:
5 Helpful Steps on How You Can Store Christmas Lights:
Method 1: Using a Cardboard
- 1You will be using a cardboard.Get the things needed in order to store your Christmas lights.Advertisement
- Old Christmas lights
- A storage box
- A cardboard at least 1 square foot. This may vary in size, depending on how many and how long the Christmas lights are.
- Get the Christmas lights ready first by unraveling them to avoid them from being knotted together.
- Get the cardboard.
- Start placing the Christmas lights on the cardboard, starting from the plug of the Christmas lights.
- Start wrapping the Christmas lights around the cardboard, from top to bottom.
- Make sure that the Christmas lights are properly placed.
- Do the same things with other strings of lights and cardboard pieces until you finish rolling up all the Christmas lights. Rolling the Christmas lights around separate cardboard squares will avoid the knotting of the Christmas lights with each other.
- Get the storage box.
- Place the Christmas lights attached to cardboard in the storage box to prevent it from causing damage.
Method 2: Using a Plastic Bag
Method 3: Using an Empty Wrapping Tube