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Published on March 18, 2014

Author: Babysafetyprodigy

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More information please view: www.probaby-china.com Kitchen safety , create a better place for your little one The kitchen is often at the heart of family life, but it is a challenging space to make safe for your child. There are many potential dangers in the average kitchen. Here are some simple safety tips you can follow. How can I store items safely? Store glasses and china in a lockable cabinet, or out of reach. Use the least toxic household cleaning products available, and store them in a safe place. Never store cleaning products in old food containers or drinks bottles Your child could eat or drink it by mistake. Keep knives and other sharp tools in locked drawers . However, babies are endlessly curious, and some are able to work out safety locks. If your baby is this intrepid, you may need to rethink how you store hazardous items. Lock up everything that is potentially dangerous, or store them well out of reach. If you want to, keep your baby out of the kitchen with a safety gate. Make sure you can still see what she is getting up to while you are in the kitchen. Set aside a cupboard, away from the hob and oven, which contains safe items for your baby to open and explore (Healthy Children 2013). These could include light saucepans, wooden spoons, foil plates, and plastic cups. Change the contents occasionally to give her a surprise.

More information please view: www.probaby-china.com How do I keep the kitchen safe when I'm cooking? Place glasses, knives, and hot food and drinks away from the edges of counters and tables. Do without placement and tablecloths because your baby can pull them, and their contents, down on herself. Use the back rings on the cooker when possible. When you are using the front ones, turn saucepan handles towards the back. Be sure to keep your kettle placed at the back of the worktop. Make sure you turn off the hob, oven, iron or other appliances as soon as you have finished using them. Install a smoke alarm near the kitchen . It's best not to keep one in the kitchen itself, as ordinary cooking could set it off. Check that it is working every week, and replace the batteries once a year. Invest in a fire blanket. You can use it to wrap someone up if their clothes catch fire .

More information please view: www.probaby-china.com How do I make kitchen appliances safe? Fit appliance safety catches on your oven and microwave. Keep your bin and dishwasher closed, with safety catches if possible, when not in use. Keep the oven door closed at all times. If possible, opt to use a cordless kettle. Unplug appliances when they are not in use so that your child cannot turn them on. If you have a gas hob, either remove the dials when you're not cooking, or buy some child-resistant knob covers. How do I keep my baby out of harm's way? Keep an eye on your child when she's in her highchair and always use the safety harness. If your chair doesn't have a harness, buy one and leave it clipped on so that you always remember to use it. Put your baby down before picking up a hot drink and make sure she is not underneath you when passing it to someone. Don't have a hot drink while feeding your baby and always put hot drinks out of reach of babies and toddlers . If you have space in your kitchen, a playpen can be a useful way of keeping your baby safe for short periods of time while you're working. Put her in a playpen in a corner of the room so she can be part of the action but safe at the same time.

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