It's time to start decorating for the holidays, and if you're in the market for maybe some new type of lights, a couple things you need to pay attention to. Number one, make sure they're UL listed. And make sure they're specific to the job you're using. In other words, you're going to use them inside or outside don't try and use them in both places. A UL label that is like this that is red means indoor and outdoor use. If it is green, that is indoor use only. Also, make sure you get the light set that has a fuse in it. Make sure that when one light burns out, the rest of them stay lit. And no more of three of these strands together. Otherwise, what you're going to do is blow the fuse in the head of this light switch. So, 300 lights in one continuous plug in. Now, you're probably going to need some connections on the outside. That's where it can get a little tricky. For instance, this cube tap right here. That looks pretty heavy duty. You'd certainly think you can use it outdoors. It's grounded and everything. But right on it, it says indoor use only. So, be very careful of the type of connections that you're going to use on the outside of your home. As I searched through the hardware stores, the only thing that I could find for indoor use was an extension cord that had an extension cord that had a power source right on the front end of it, so you can plug three or four things in it. Also, turning off the lights at night. I don't know about you, but every year it seems like I forget a night or two. This time is excellent for outdoor use. Several on and off switches and also several outlets so you can minimize using the cube taps altogether.