Woman praises ultimate $12 Kmart gadget

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© Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo A set of $12 LED lights from Kmart is the new must-have home decor gadget shoppers are racing to get their hands on this month.   A fashion-loving fan of the store, Mary, bought four of the battery-operated light strips for her wardrobe and […]



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A set of $12 LED lights from Kmart is the new must-have home decor gadget shoppers are racing to get their hands on this month.  

A fashion-loving fan of the store, Mary, bought four of the battery-operated light strips for her wardrobe and posted videos showing them automatically turning on when her doors are opened.  

Mary said the budget product has a 13-hour battery life and turn off after 30 seconds if no motion is detected.  

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a person standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Thousands of shoppers have praised a woman online for sharing how she used a $12 set of LED lights from Kmart to brighten inside her dark cupboard


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Thousands of shoppers have praised a woman online for sharing how she used a $12 set of LED lights from Kmart to brighten inside her dark cupboard



a person standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Mary bought four of the battery-operated light strips which automatically turn on when the closet doors are opened


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Mary bought four of the battery-operated light strips which automatically turn on when the closet doors are opened

‘So I bought these, Kmart for the win!’ Mary said and shared a video to demonstrate how the lights operate. 

The clever idea was praised by more than 1,300 people who ‘liked’ her Facebook post and 300 others left a comment.

‘That looks so fancy!’ one woman wrote.

‘I’m going to get these for my daughter’s cubby!’ another said. 



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: Another clever shopper also used LED lights from Bunnings Warehouse to illuminate her large round mirror


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Another clever shopper also used LED lights from Bunnings Warehouse to illuminate her large round mirror

Another clever shopper also used similar LED lights from Bunnings Warehouse to illuminate her large round mirror.

Emily said her and her husband decided to update their home by adding a few small touches. 

The hardware store has multiple lights for customers to choose from both in stores and online ranging between $10 and $40.

Like Mary’s closet idea, many shoppers were also impressed with Emily’s simple but effective notion to place the lights behind the mirror.  

‘This is my kinda style,’ one woman said.

Others described the new look as ‘amazing’, ‘beautiful’ and ‘fantastic’.

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