Bathroom Cleaning: Light Sockets

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When cleaning a bathroom, don't forget about dusting the light sockets without getting water into the holes. Dust electrical sockets with tips from an experienced housekeeper in this free video on housecleaning. View Video Transcript

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Lucy Doezie

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Now by this time you've got pretty dirty water because you have just done all your blinds and so I've given myself another fresh bowl of water here to work with with another capful of disinfectant and the warm water that we talked about so when your are spring cleaning like this and you are doing a thorough job you are probably going to get through about three or four different changes of water in your basin. But what we are going to do is we are just going to cover all the little bits and pieces that you don't think about when you typically clean so any kind of light fixture or electrical outlet, think about it. With your hands you are always, you are plugging things in there, you are turning the light switches off and on. So just go around the room. Obviously don't go anywhere near the inside but you want to get the dust off of the outside of the plate, especially at the top and there is another one here. So I'm just going to go around the room and just dust and disinfect at the same time the areas around the plug sockets where your fingers touch and your light switches also.