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    Wise Old Thumper Indiechic's Avatar
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    Default Idea for new shed lighting

    At the minute im using a rather dim torch... i have a lead which runs into the shed... could i plug a standard light into it?

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    You could try some of those stick-on lights that you push to switch on and off. ... http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/nav/na...&isSearch=true

    If you search the B & Q site for "push light" there are some in other shapes too

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    Is the lead probably wired for outside use or just a cable you've run from the house?

    You'd probably want to look under the outdoor section for something that's sealed in case it gets damp.

    Tam

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    its an industrial cable that was in when we moved in...

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    solar lights from maplin are good but i mostly use a head torch which leaves both hands free

    this is mine

    http://www.crazyaboutgadgets.com/detail.asp?ID=146
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    thing is im not a carrot eater so don't see in the dark very well x
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    No idea about the cable, but I have one of these that I use for the shed http://www.simplyhike.co.uk/ProductD...?StockID=11983

    Fab because the light is always where you need it!
    Gemma x

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    Quote Originally Posted by caismeister View Post
    solar lights from maplin are good but i mostly use a head torch which leaves both hands free

    this is mine

    http://www.crazyaboutgadgets.com/detail.asp?ID=146
    , must have posted while I was finding the link to mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemmaH View Post
    , must have posted while I was finding the link to mine!
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    Thanks for sig cavysrock

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    Ive got this in my shed its brilliant!
    http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/st...hTerms=9828386

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