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Floating Pool Lights - Solar, Lily Pads, Light Up Beach Balls and Balloons
August 28, 2015

Floating Pool Lights - Solar, Lily Pads, Light Up Beach Balls and Balloons

There are lots of fun and easy ways to light up your pool at night that add ambience to any type of gathering.

Like this solar light up lily pad. Just place it in a sunny spot during the day and it will automatically come on at night.

3 Tips for Using Floating Pool Lights

1. Size

The key to using floating lights for your pool is size. Because it's a big area - unlike a spa, hot tub or pond - it requires bigger lights.

2. Number

You need several lights to cover the pool area. So if you are going to use this type of lighting - don't just get one - because the effect just isn't there.

3. Anchor

Find ways to anchor your lights so that they don't all bunch together. Some pool lights like the solar lily pad light has a string and anchor attached to it so it will stay in one spot. Also turn off your pool pump to help keep your lights from moving.

Other cool ways to light up your pool are solar or battery operated orbs, light up beach balls and balloons.

Pictures and Ideas for Floating Pool Lights

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