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Looking to brighten up a footpath? Add solar wall lights to your shed or decorate a fence with solar string lights. You’ll find everything you need in our range of solar garden lights.

An eye-catching and energy-savvy choice, solar powered garden lighting is the smart way to illuminate your outdoor space. What’s more, solar lanterns and lights are easy to install, with no need for unattractive wiring or outdoor plug sockets.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Solar lights for the garden come in all shapes and sizes, from decorative lanterns and string lights to practical solar wall lights. With easy installation and no need for mains wiring, simply position your solar garden lighting where desired and let the sun get to work.

How Long Do Solar Garden Lights Last?

With a full charge, your garden solar lights can remain illuminated for between six and ten hours each night. Ensure the solar cell isn’t blocked by foliage or flowers to help maximise charging time.

Weatherproof and durable, our solar garden lighting is built to stand the test of time. All of our solar lights for the garden come with a guarantee of one to two years, though a solar battery can be expected to last anywhere from two to five years if looked after properly. To prolong the life of your solar lights, it’s a good idea to bring them indoors over the winter months.

How Do Solar Garden Lights Work?

Outdoor solar lights harness the light energy from the sun to make electrical energy, which is used to power a bulb. Sunlight is absorbed by a solar cell, which converts the light energy into electricity using photovoltaic (PV) technology. This electricity is then stored in a rechargeable battery, ready to be used when your lights are switched on.


How to Clean Solar Panels on Garden Lights

It's important to keep the solar panels on your outdoor lighting clean and clear of debris. After all, if the panel is covered by dirt, then its ability to absorb energy from the sun will be affected. Use a damp cloth to wipe the panel clean – you can also use warm soapy water if your light is particularly grubby. Once clean, wipe dry with a clean microfibre cloth to avoid streaks.

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