One of the popular Christmas traditions is to decorate the tree that will proudly stand in the living room. You all remember your parents made crazy by a lot of cables and lights in the tree trying to illuminate it somehow. But, while it seems like a daunting task, putting Christmas lights on the tree can be very simple if you follow our advice. It is essential to take steps to prevent children from being injured by poor bulb conditions.
- When your Christmas tree is ready, you can start to decorate it and prepare the Christmas lights. The number of views should depend on the height of the tree. When choosing lights, consider other Christmas tree ornaments to select a set with harmonious decoration.
- It is essential to check the condition of the lights to avoid any damage. To do this, connect the cable to the socket and make sure all bulbs are on, and there are no broken ones. Also, pay attention to the wires, check that they are not damaged.
- Once all the checks are done, you can start placing your lights on your Christmas tree. Always start at the top. You must first tie the end of the cable to the top of the tree and continue down the tree, forming a spiral.
- To give volume to the tree and make it more pleasant, place the lights inside, rather than at the end of the branches and to give an impression of depth and greatness. It is essential that the lights do not get too much into the branches of the Christmas tree, as this would create the opposite effect. They must be just resting on the branches.
- It is advisable to put the lights of Christmas without them being connected to the current. To avoid removing them, if you do not like the result, you can plug them in during the installation process. So when you put the lights on the lower branches, turn them on to see the result.
- Place the lights on the tree evenly until the end. Once all the lights are on, plug in and watch the final result. If it’s to your liking, you can start putting the balls and other ornaments for the tree.
- Kids love decorating the Christmas tree, and it’s no wonder they want to help put the lights in too. So for their safety, we recommend buying Christmas lights with LED bulbs. These kinds of lights do not make much heat and use less energy than traditional bulbs. In this way, you will protect the safety of your children, but you will also save energy.
- We recommend that you choose power LEDs that are the same color as the tree branches so that they are fully integrated.
- Remember to put the Christmas tree near a socket to connect the Christmas lights.