Outdoor flood light fixtures – color to create a festive or aesthetic purposes environment in three ways: using colored bulbs, filters use color made specifically for the purpose or apply a special type of high temperature paint to color lamps flood. The first method is as simple as changing a light bulb.
The second is moderately easy if you are handy with tools. Update your outdoor flood light fixtures or reflector to accept a filter support, either for stage light gels or colored glass filters. Theatrical gels are light colored leaves cheap plastic-like that can be cut with scissors to fit holders of various shapes and sizes. The glass filters are more expensive but reasonable and safe. Both are available in a wide range of colors.
The third method is as easy as dying Easter eggs. Use specially formulated high temperature paint made with transparent dyes to color the outdoor flood light fixtures. Common paints are not suitable and are both fire hazards and health, but with suitable paint this method is simple and safe. The use of denatured alcohol and soft lint to clean the bulb lamp standard flooding of any oil or dirt that has accumulated cloth. Let dry for a few minutes until all the alcohol has evaporated.
Shake can briefly “paint” a lamp to disperse any colorant that may have settled to the bottom. Open the can and pour the contents into a small tray or slightly larger in diameter than the lamp vessel. Fill the container to a depth of 1 inch. Dip face of the lamp in the dye, remove and allow drying thoroughly recommendations on the can. Several coats may be necessary as the color of the dye is transparent. Install the lamp in the luminaries.