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Monday, August 27, 2012
Thrifty Tip-Hurricane Flashlights
In addition, most of them have an off and on switch. I would make sure that you put them in the sunniest part of your yard as soon as you know that a hurricane is headed your way. Turn the lights to the off position to keep them charged until you need them. After the hurricane passes through, if you are without electricity, I would put the lights out during the day to keep them charged. Well, that is if you have sunlight.
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