Get This Look: Using Gilbert Plugs

by | Oct 27, 2022

Get This Look: Using Gilbert Plugs

Brian from Oregon purchased 100-foot Christmas light cords, cut them to length, and used gilbert plugs to connect the lights to power and to each other.

Here is what he had to say:

Easy to Use

Great product and super easy to use.

I bought 2 100ft rolls so I could make my own light string to match my house. Super easy to use, great product.

Brian, Gresham, Or

December 2021

It’s worthwhile to order a few extra gilbert or vampire plugs on any project using C7 or C9 Christmas light cord.

Wondering how many plugs to plan for your project and how to install them? Check out these posts.

Get This Look: Using Gilbert Plugs

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