Use Electrical Tape To Dim Annoying LEDs On Your Gadgets

Use Electrical Tape To Dim Annoying LEDs On Your Gadgets

Between your TV, cable box, game console and all the other gadgets you have laying around, your house probably looks a bit like Christmas at night. Turn down the distractions with a bit of electrical tape.

Photo by Nao. Fujita.

As tech tips site How-To Geek points out, cutting out a bit of tape to block an annoyingly bright LED on a gadget is trivially easy, and it makes your house a little easier on the eyes at night. If you still want to be able to see the LEDs (they are there for a reason), You can also buy pre-cut, semi-transparent patches stickers called LightDims that still allow a small amount of light through.

Check out the full post below for the best way to block the excessive light on your gadgets.

How to Dim the Blinding Glare of Your Gadgets’ LED Lights [How-To Geek]

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