Kitchen or Utility sink
I was called by a client in Santa Clarita, California. They were selling their homes and moving up to Colorado. After the Realtor checked their beautiful home, she requested a huge repair list of repairs. One job was to clean up all the clean all the caned lamps and replaced burned out lamps.
This post shows the seven steps on how to clean up canned lamps in your home.
Step 1: Above fig.1 shows the lamp cover has been removed each spring clamp that hold the lamp cover to the base.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the glass lens was cleaned, notice how dirty it is and full of dead bugs. The process of cleaning the lens is to wash it in a kitchen sink with a brush and dish soap, after the lens is clean use a dry towel to remove the water drips.
|Fig.2 Foam Seal|
|Fig.3 Washing Cover|
|Fig.5 Attaching wire hooks|
|Fig.6 Lamp spring|
|Fig.7 Job finished|
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