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Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by roo, Feb 26, 2019.

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    Hi all, I have been exploring the forums on trying to find ideas on how I can store my lights better. Im looking for ideas, hopefully photos on how to store, open to any ideas
     
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    Might help to know what types of lights you have.
    Conduit?
    Boscoyo strip?
    Mini trees?
    Arches?
    etc....
     
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    Hi, this is for a mini presentation so all types of lights and their storages. Yes have seen that thread, still looking for more ideas
     
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    Easiest place I find is in the roof if it's unused space otherwise try using cupboards and under stairs to stack boxes. If you can, make the props collapsible or stackable, strings are easy to store in a box.
    Have them thoroughly marked and recorded down in a booklet, it will make finding the box full of lights much easier.

    I should say, by 'box' I mean storage containers that can be stacked.
     

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