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Safe Use Of HouseHold Items

SAFE USE OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Keep your stove and oven clean. Check your appliances Check stove vent hoods, clean the filter regularly. Check the power cords for your appliances. Keep the lint trap and outside vent clean in your clothes dryer. Be very careful with Keep flammable materials (curtains, the couch) a safe distance (usually 3 feet) from portable heaters. Set heaters where they are not in the traffic flow of the room. space heaters As a rule, extension cords are not recommended with space heaters. Never use extension cords for air conditioners • An overheated cord is like an out-of- control electric heater. - Inspect the fire box for cracks, damaged sheet metal and other hazards. Maintain your fireplace correctly Use glass fire doors or a wire mesh spark screen to prevent embers from popping out of the fireplace. Have your chimney inspected and cleaned at least once a year. Keep gasoline, paint thinners, and other highly flammable liquids or materials in UL approved containers and out of the house. WASTE Never store flammable liquids near ignition USED OIL Do not store any flammable liquid in a garage or utility room with that has a pilot light equipped appliance in use in it. EC OIL RS ONLY WASTE O USED sources Be very careful in any situation where you use an extension cord for extended periods of time Often, foot traffic, moving furniture, and other hazards damage these cords, causing a potential for a fire. Source :

Safe Use Of HouseHold Items

shared by jonhume on Dec 18
Here are some safety measures to take care when using your household items.




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