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The EaseOut Bulb Remover

lightbulb removerBy David Ponce

It happens to all of us. We come to remove a lightbulb, and the darn socket stays there. You got the glass bulb in your hand, you’re standing on a stool, and you’re wondering just how fried you’re gonna get if you stick your finger in there.

Let me tell you: quite a bit, my friend.

That’s why you need the $8 EaseOut Bulb Remover. It’s made out of plastic, which apparently is non-conductive, and includes a safety shield to protect you from whatever glass bits might still be there. If you ask me, that “safety shield” doesn’t look like much of a protection, but aside from calling your brother-in-law to do the deed, what better option do you have?

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4 responses to “The EaseOut Bulb Remover”

  1. Marian says:

    You can also use a potato. Available for significantly less than $8 at most forward-thinking grocery stores.

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  4. Thomas Paine says:

    or you could turn the light off and use pliers … no shock and no potatoe mess