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I use a lot of spt2 wire with vampire plugs throughout my outdoor light display. Or if you have some junk mini strands laying around you can convert those in to extension cords too i think there is a WIKI entry on it. I read that it is harmless to trim the larger prong on a polarized end if they will only be used for christmas lights I labeled them as such. I have resorted to using indoor extension cords, but even that seemed to be a challenge. This forum looks like a great place to find ideas for displays as well. It breaks easy and usually flush with the plug. What I can't convert to cords, I throw in a bin to take to recycler. I used over 50 of them in my display last year. Hopefully this will just be a one year solution as next year if you hang out here enough well have you making those lights dance to music. These are only sold at Secretly, Home Depot does carry the vampire plugs. Ignoring the price for the moment - how does this get around 'your lawn won't be cluttered with cords' exactly. Now I'm just praying that all of my controller cases really are weather proof.
Dec 10, Power strips are the only safe way to plug multiple things into an outlet, Plugging in holiday lights probably isn't enough alone to trip the power strip's give you instructions on safely connecting your lights, but if you can't.
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