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We have pretty good lighting in the garage- with the exception of one dark corner. Bright light is essential in a workshop for safety and accuracy when working. We needed a solution to this corner and the Milwaukee LED Site Light seemed the perfect solution!
The light is app enabled which means it can be controlled remotely via a phone which is convenient since we hung it from the ceiling. With the One-Key app we can turn it off and on without having to touch it.
We've been using the light in the dark corner for a while now, but since it is portable, we've also used it in projects where we need a source of concentrated, bright light. It came in very handy when we repainted the cabinets in Steph's dark kitchen.
This is one of those tools we didn't know we needed until we started using it. It has become an essential part of our workshop. Also, it is part of our emergency supplies for storms and power outages. The battery can power it 2 hours on high, 4 hours on medium, and 8 hours on low.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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