Frux Home and Yard’s White Lunaxia Lanterns Get A Two Thumbs Up From A Satisfied Buyer from Minnesota

June 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - A writer/food blogger from Minnesota, Julie Hoag, has recently purchased Frux Home and Yard’s White Lunaxia Lanterns and left a positive review about how the product exceeded her expectations. The said review was posted on the White Lunaxia Lantern’s official listing and got 8 upvotes for being a helpful review.

Apparently, Julie used the White Lunaxia for the pergola on their patio. At first glance, they adored how the lanterns glow up and how much light they give off during the night. They also enjoyed choosing between blinking and static modes, depending on the mood they’re into for the day. They also tried the lanterns during the day and noticed that they add a nice touch of fun and festive decoration to their patio area.

Julie commends how the White Lanterns are made from 100% waterproof materials, come in a small package, and don’t take up much time in installation. The food blogger and her family loved using the Lantern String Lights for house parties or night relaxation.

About the product

The White Lunaxia Lantern Lights is a prized lighting product by Frux Home and Yard on Amazon. The 16-foot string boasts 24 white globes with LED bulbs. Attached in the wall plug is the remote, which controls the modes and operation of these lights. Every package comes unassembled to reduce the carbon footprint that harms the environment. FHY recommends using the Lantern Lights as outdoor lighting on the gazebo, pergola, bistro, and deck area.

For a complete breakdown of the White Lunaxia Lantern Lights’ features and specifications, buyers can visit Frux Home and Yard’s official listing on Amazon. For more of FHY’s products, they can check out the merchant’s Amazon Storefront.

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For more information about Frux Home and Yard, contact the company here:

Frux Home and Yard
Mike MacDonald
1-888-410-2340
media@fruxhomeandyard.com
3651 Lindell Road Suite D117 Las Vegas, NV 89103

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