DIY Concrete PVC LED Path Light

DIY Concrete PVC LED Path Light is Easy to make for about $10. using some 3 in PVC pipe and concrete. this is a fun and easy project that will not require that many tools. you can use a standard LED light bulb to save money on your electric bill.

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GE Lamp Cord Set with Molded Plug, 8-Foot,

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P Patro says:

can you make a sand blaster using PVC?

Elliott J says:

What are you using for your gurage floor ?

fillg says:

I love the lights! I’m always looking for a new DIY project.
Part of the reason your concrete cracked may be because of how wet you mixed it up. I’ve always had better luck with a dryer mix. You have to vibrate it a little more to get the air bubbles out but it seems to cure stronger. Keep up the good work!

Big Johnson says:

Pvc glue is way cheaper than epoxy . Just saying .
Nice job on the lamp.

Taheerah Rochelle says:

I like the idea of painting the concrete because it will resist drinking up the rain and snow and cracking anyway.

JPVegh says:

Not to enthusiastic about dealing with all of that pvc dust but all in all this is a pretty cool project. I like the clean look of your diy cap vs a store bought cap.

J Gamble says:

I like these. If I had the tools, I would make these for my 9 yr olds room and the patio area.

Charles Bronsen says:

Oh man need some extasy.

Korishan says:

Nice video. Hadn’t thought of doing something like this before. Now I have ideas! 🙂 Thinkin of addin in some ESP8266’s w/ leds and maybe even some speakers.
* Instead of putting the pipe in an oven, use a heat gun. You can get a better heating and more even. A hair dryer on high setting would also work.
* Instead of using epoxy, pvc cement would work better as it actually fuses the two pieces together make a stronger connection. This would have the added benefit of water sealing the seams.
* To save on cement usage (especially if making several of these) use 2 buckets and place the second one inside the other making a shell (neat trick with the palm sander) and just cut a hole in the inner bucket for the pvc pipe.

Taheerah Rochelle says:

I like the idea of painting the concrete because it will resist drinking up the rain and snow and cracking anyway.

John Doe7706 says:

Well that will fill with water after the first shower and trip the power to the whole house if you are lucky. Why not do the same thing with solar LED strips or even battery power? Seriously water and mains power just doesn’t mix

Mike L says:

Nice project but damn dude learn how to edit.

Bella's Patio Garden says:

great project – it’s really beautiful. I want a couple for my garden.

BILAL Mushtaq says:

Very good idea but if I would like to suggest you one thing
If I make this I will put the bulb on the upper side and you can easily hidden the cable … and the second idea if the bulb is like in your project I will make some holes and choose a led for outside
I really appreciate your project VERY VERY GOOD
go on ….

Marlene Maharaj says:

You have all the necessary tools to create this lamp that makes it easier to do

sparky Vaughn says:

Good video.. going to have to try this.. not sure if this was somewhere in your comments or not.. but you might want to use some heat shrink on your electrical connections..

LP81 says:

If the goal was a cap the same diameter, I think cutting and gluing, then just use a trim router/ pattern bit to match perfectly, no volt and dancing to get it just right. Keep on keepin’ on, great ideas. Don’t feed the trolls with attention, the bitch about nothing yet don’t have the cajones to make their own videos and deal with other trolls.

Daybeat123 says:

Its cool. You can make another with words, For example your name in the pipe.

pockeybear milk says:

I like your project

Sr.Sombra Hp says:


2111 Corps says:

Very nice job Sir and well done. So easy today to just run out and by a pre-set, pre fab, box light. You took the time and your well placed  effort to build these yourself with a little thinking outside the box and your ingenuity .(Great idea with the sander to vibrate down the mix and tighten to remove the air pockets/bubbles) .  As Shane mentioned below, there is more to the light than just  saving money. The most important part. YOU built  them and took pride in your work. You will always get a few non-constructive nit pick idiots that try and knock stuff rather than seeing your effort and make  comments nocking the work, but was good to see  you got mostly great ,helpful input from guys  like Shane, Nick,Kevin,Chris, fillg, Scott and DIY, who appreciate your work ethic and learn from others.  Thanks for sharing the process with us Chris, and best of luck on  future endeavours/projects .  Look forward to seeing more.    Thanks. 03sdscorps21

ken pryor says:

you should have put some wire around in the mold to help keep it from cracking

Kevin Adams says:

Loved the video!

Rob bigemon says:

That’s bad ass cool deal I may try them for my porch

Kevin R says:

what kind of LED bulb are you using that changes color?

justinseay34 says:

Great idea. thanks for sharing

ThatDogYouKnow says:

You could just buy a larger peice of PVC instead of exposing yourself to the harmful chemicals given off when it’s heated

Elliott J says:

I have that same exact work bench Harbor freight right ?

Mimi Prays says:

Was wondering if you had a clear plastic to cover the opening? Looks nice and something not everyone will have. Congrats on this project.

banga8080 says:

Cool tool box chris

Mason Weiss says:

You can buy end caps of pvc and completely cut out the first half of this video

plinco says:

Heating PVC is super fucking toxic.

Charles McKinney says:

what kind of tool to usr to ‘plit’ it?

Sylvia Perez says:

Could it be made with a battery? I liked it for lighting my daughter’s grave.

Michel Brunette says:

Love this project, gotta make some. Thanks for sharing.

patrick holcomb says:

why would one NOT have a band saw?! yeah, I have a 600 sq.ft. workshop, fully equipped…with a a/c’d finish room….but I’d NEVER use my wife’s toaster oven to melt pvc pipe… YOU’RE STILL MARRIED??!! I’d sure as $#!t not bring a project like this into her kitchen….

Jason Hensley says:

Great project. thank you for sharing. I my try this but hang them Vertical

Kaye Findley says:

Great video, and good and clear instructions. Just what I needed!

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