In these sunken-into-the-ceiling "cans" into which
you screw-in light-bulbs (not much grip-room around
the sides), a (burnt-out) (indoor flood) can be darn near
to unscrew, at least without breaking the bulb.
QUESTION 1: hints and tricks on (safely) unscrewing the
things -- including the small 2or3-inch-across ones too.
And, what about the rubber press-on (causing vacuum seal)
kits like they sell at HD? Do they actually work?
QUESTION 2: might it be a question of the *quality*
the socket (material)? (Ours came from HD!)
Do these things come in different quality, different
materials? (Aluminum vs aluminum-coated-with-something vs
QUESTION3: short of that (could be expensive?, difficult
to do?), is there some kind of a (conducting, of course)
lubricant than can sprayed or rubbed onto either the
socket inner-surface or the bulb screw?