I love to craft when my family is asleep. It’s quiet in the house, I get quite a bit done, and the solitude and peace is good for your soul. I don’t like turning on bright lights to find my way around my home, so I looked into passive lighting instead.
Today, I got rid of three nightlights and added them to my Good Will donation box thanks to Snap Power Guidelights. You get passive pathway LED lighting wherever you need it in your home. I installed one in my kitchen, one in my dining room, and one in the hallway near the front door. Three LED lights shine down from each of the outlet cover. No switches, no nightlights, just what appears to be a regular outlet/plug cover.
These lights are smart! They have a window that tells them when it’s dark enough to be activated, then they turn on. They aren’t on all day, only when it’s dark enough for them to be activated.
Installation: Turn the power off to the outlet. Remove the old outlet cover plate. Install the Snap Power Guidelight plate. Turn power on. That’s it. Last night was the first night with these guidelights, and they worked perfectly. Just enough light to find my way, but not so much that I was waking up the entire house.