SolarFlairLighting.com uses this page as a regularly updated newsletter to share news with our customers and to share information to help you select and care for your products.
SolarFlairLighting.com is slowly but steadily updating post from our sometimes slow off-site blog to this website, including archives of most of our Solar Tips, Product Spotlights, and other news items on this site, instead of our sometimes slow off-site blog.
A lot of this information is also covered on our YouTube Channel SolarFlairLights.
Visit our Blog/News Archives now to see some recent posts or search to see if we have a post that addresses your maintenance or product selection issue.
SolarFlairLighting.com sells solar products which run on renewable energy. As such, we do keep on top of what's going on in renewable energy. It's practical, and it's good for the environment and it's good for the economy.
Long ago, a Republican President didn't deny that our environment was in trouble, and that man-made pollution was the problem. For that, we name him the "Greenest President."
And we threw in some links to other related posts on what you can do to help the environment with your solar and garden products (especially after their life is over); how green jobs are the largest sector of new US jobs, and our take on the Pope's Letter on "On Care for Our Common Home.")
We hope that regardless of your political opinions, you'll take a few minutes to look at some facts and suggestions on how to make our Earth more liveable, and our economy stronger.
In past posts, we've talked about the need to be very careful when using chemicals to control algae in ponds and fountains.
For Tips on how to keep algae limits low, especially during the dog days of summer, check out our YouTube video on how to Control Water Garden and Fountain Algae Without Chemicals.
Many of our solar boating lights are at special discount prices, with free shipping to 48 contiguous United States.
If you're thinking about adding lights to make your waterways, docks or waterfront areas safer and more attractive for the rest of this summer and for seasons to come, you want quality solar boating lights.
This post discusses certain features about solar lights that you really do need to look for to get your money's worth and features important to consider when buying solar chargers for boat lifts or other marine equipment.
To demonstrate why you need to go by detailed product specs instead of nice images and prices, the post two side by side comparisons of quality lights vs. knockoffs that look virtually identical.