Treble Lights


Using treble lights is an excellent way to add light to your haunt to create mood lighting and effects. You can use the ones with metal enclosures around the bulb or an plastic enclosure.
In these treble lights you can use regular round light bulbs which you can find in all kinds of colors and even blacklight bulbs, however the round blacklight bulbs are not a true blacklight and you won't get very much effect from them you will have to have the light really close to what you want to light up.


* CAUTION: THESE BULBS GET VERY HOT! IF YOU USE THIS TYPE OF TREBLE LIGHT PLEASE DO NOT USE WHEN WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE WET, ANY KIND OF WATER DROPLETS ON THESE BULBS WILL CAUSE THEM TO SHATTER, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE USING THE BLACKLIGHT BULBS! IT WILL CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY TO YOURSELF OR OTHERS, YOU CAN GET INJURY FORM ELECTRIC SHOCK FROM THE BROKEN BULB OR INJURY FROM THE BROKEN PIECES THEMSELVES! ALSO DO NOT USE AROUND ANY FLAMABLE ITEMS LEAVES, PAPERS, CARDBOARD, CLOTHES, ETC, TO AVOID A POSIBLE FIRE.



Also they have fluorescent bulb treble lights. The fluorescent bulbs DO NOT get hot, so they are so much safer to use! If you want to have a true black light effect in your haunt, using these are the best way to go. Most of these take a 12" bulb. At your local party stores you should be able to find 12" blacklight fluorescent bulbs, they will cost from $10.00 to $20.00. Just take out the white fluorescent bulb and replace with the blacklight one. These treble lights also have a thick plastic covering over the light, so if you place these on the ground they will not break very easily if it is dropped, stepped on or if it rains. I use alot of these in my haunt to have a lot of blacklights throughout my haunt.



Here are a few different ideas on how to use the round bulb treble lights....

*Place a colored bulb in the treble light and put in front of tombstones, monsters, spiders and webs, to light up unsuspecting items hanging in a tree, signs, paper mache items, entrances and exits, behind trees, on porches, celings, poles, in a coffin, etc.

* Make a fake fire. To do this make a stack of wood in a /\ shape, make it tall (at least 2 feet) and make sure there is plenty of open space inside of the /\, place a treble light inside to light up the "fake fire" make sure the treble light is not touching the wood and that there is plenty of space between the wood and the light!

* Put a treble light behind different kinds of walls for and awsome effect! Click HERE to learn more about different walls.