Traditional Mason & Tank Jars with a Solar Cell Used to Create a Sun Jar
Go ahead and bottle the romantic beauty of the cosmos with a Solar Sun Jar. Some are designed so that the lids are mini solar panels that charge the device during the day. The jar itself serves as the lamplight.
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Most solar jars work on the premise that when placed in the light, the solar cell charges the battery. You’ll find the battery inside the jar. Depending upon the maker of the device, generally, three hours of direct sunlight will provide six hours of a lighted lamp jar.
Use them for yard parties, or bring them to a yard party as a hostess gift.
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