An outdoor table lamp can perform many functions, but basically we can see with outdoor lights in the dark. There are various options for every type of outdoor lighting available for purchase, but the styles available are not for everyone and ready-to-use bulbs can be expensive. A table lamp brings light where it is needed, and it is a decoration that can be extended to the theme of a room. From almost everything lamps can be made: piano stands, old books, wine bottles, cigar boxes, metal toys and everything else you can imagine. Make your child’s bedroom a fantasy by making a lamp from stacked wooden blocks or bringing it to your dining room with a teacup lamp.
Drill a hole in the bottom of the bottle near the base so that the outdoor table lamp will sit on a flat table. Insert the cable into the hole you drilled and push it through the body of the bottle so that the neck comes out. Pass the cable through the rubber stopper pin. Slide the cap into the bottle until tight. Harp base screw on the head. Fill the bottle with beads, sand or other materials to stabilize the lamp when sitting at a table.
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Install outdoor table lamp, divide the cable in two pieces about 2 inches down, then peel each piece of rope about ½ inch from the end and connect the two pieces to the jack. The cables and connectors are color coded for easy customization. Tighten the terminal screws. Screw the bushing for the spindle and tighten the screw. Secure the cap assembly by breaking the cover at the base. Place the harp at the base and place the umbrella on the harp. Screw this cover to the top of the harp and fix the shade.