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    Default Re: Quick and easy lighted candy canes

    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    Lights need to be super bright type the foggy or duller ones dont work as good.


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    Have you considered using PEX (also available at HomeDepot) instead of PVC?

    Ive been really happy with the color-transparency (rendering?) of the PEX tubing. Ive noticed that the PEX tubing is also pretty formable, just by running hot water through it.

    I use 1 PEX for my arches and 1/2 for my icicles.

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    Default Re: Quick and easy lighted candy canes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bwinter View Post
    Have you considered using PEX (also available at HomeDepot) instead of PVC?

    Ive been really happy with the color-transparency (rendering?) of the PEX tubing. Ive noticed that the PEX tubing is also pretty formable, just by running hot water through it.

    I use 1 PEX for my arches and 1/2 for my icicles.
    Yes but for a large candy cane I wanted something solid that wont bend or break or get crushed in storage. I made them originally or day time Decor . When I was setting up Halloween I found some extra lights and thought Id try it and it looked good at night too so thought Id share .


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