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People Are Making Floating Candles Out Of Pool Noodles To Put In Their Pool

Taking a night swim after a long day in the heat is like a reward, and what better way to relax after the nine to five work day than lounging in the cool pool.

To jazz up your night swim with a little illumination, people are turning pool noodles into floating candles and it is genius.

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If you have a pool you most likely have a few pool noodles hanging around.

Grab your scissors, plastic wrap, small plastic hair ties, LED tea lights.

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Once you’ve accumulated all of the necessary supplies, you can start by placing plastic wrap at the bottom of your tea light to protect the battery from the pool water.

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You then want to cut multiple sections of the pool noodle for the light to fit into, you can use scissors to trim away any uneven edges.

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Once you are able to push the light into the center of the pool noodle, trim away any excess plastic wrap and you’re finished!

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After making several of these pool noodle tea lights, your pool will become an illuminated spa after hours.

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Some individuals are even going as far as making flowering pool noodle lights for more of a show!

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For a romantic night or even just a swim to unwind, these illuminated pool noodle lights will help you achieve maximum relaxation with a soft atmospheric glow.

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