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About xxnonamexx

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    http://www.hauntatrockyledge.com

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    White Plains N.Y.
  • Biography
    I am 33 and I love decorating for Christmas always looking for the next hot outdoor item.
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    I love saltwater fish, football, and Halloween, Christmas
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    Computers
  • About my display
    Well I bought a new house so this will be a new beginning

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  1. The warm white worked awesome. I purchased cool white which were 1/2 price.
  2. Has anyone used twinkly lights? Photos show Christmas trees filled with them and easy to control. I don't think 250 bulbs will do the trick for a tree.
  3. My thinking was the inflatable projector is weatherproof. The one you posted is nice but not weather proof.
  4. In not a fan of inflatables but the projections look nice and you can use your own media files. I wonder if we can just buy the projector since it's outdoor safe.
  5. I tested the sets by setting one to flash unplugged it and plugged back in and it changed to a different setting. I guess there is nothing I can do to put the 5 sets in sync all the time.
  6. I will have to see if they retain the setting. I remember last year I set them all steady and when they started up the next night they all changed so I don't think they retain the last setting which is my issue I will check thanks
  7. I have multiple Net lights with controllers that do different functions. I wanted to keep all sets twinkle mode when I turn the lights off and on. Is there any easy way possible to accomplish this feat. Thanks
  8. Has anyone used these strobe string lights? Photos? Thanks
  9. HD doesn't sell larger then 4x6 net lights. Do you think the one that aren't good for snow are b/c the controller should be covered and the light set will be ok?
  10. I guess I need to look for better rated net lights in case snow covers them
  11. yes I have twinkling net lights but these larger areas it would be nice to use bigger size net lights. I might have found the correct ones: https://www.amazon.com/INFILILA-9-86-6ft-Professional-Lighting-Christmas/dp/B07KLW9214/ref=sr_1_50_sspa?keywords=9'+net+lights&qid=1572401595&sr=8-50-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExMVpWME1EUTJNQTlTJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjgwMDAzMlY3S1gwS0k4UUI4SCZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwNjMxODQ2MjNQWkQ5OURaQkxWUiZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX2F0Zl9uZXh0JmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ== Then this one isn't good for snow:
  12. I have seen some net lights that are big 9x12 5x12 but they all say weather resistant in light rain not snow. I have an area 25' x 12 I would like to cover in net lights but don't want to string together so many 4x6 sets. Any help much appreciated.
  13. I purchased 6' fairy bell trees and would like to add strokes. I have the big strobe light bulbs that you string your own (5). But I have noticed 5mm string strobes and was wondering thoughts.
  14. I am looking to wrap an oak tree at least 9' tall. the other 2 trees I can wrap net lights around them. What about those lawn net lights? I think they are just net lights.
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