Our Lights in Action: Light a Corvette and bring the fun!

July 4, 2020

We want to send a big thank you to Roger for sending us photos of his Corvette.

How cool is that?

Get the Look!

12-volt lights are easy to work with when lighting cars, golf carts, campers and boats because they are manufactured with a plug that fits most accessory outlets. No converters required.

We asked how the lights were installed and this was the response:

We attached the wiring using a good quality painter’s tape (masking tape).  Sticks well and is easy to remove and leaves no residue or negative effects on paint.

– Roger, Snohomish, WA

For those of you who don’t paint much, Roger is referring to the weak-adhesive blue tape that peels off walls really easily. It’s designed to be used when painting around trim and making lines between paint colors so low-adhesion is a must.

Be sure to do a spot test on an inconspicuous area on your car before installing lights this way on your auto.

During times like these, folks are participating in parade-style birthday parties, showers, and graduation ceremonies. Consider adding a few strings of 12-volt lights to make these events a little more cheerful.

Try this project at home? Please share your photos in the comments below.

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