10 Kitchen Safety Tips You Must Know

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Every day many delicious foods come out from the kitchen.  We have to stay in the kitchen for a long time to prepare these delicious dishes.  Therefore, almost every day we have a lot of scopes to face various safety hazards in the kitchen.

A small safety problem in the kitchen, in a few moments, can generate a significant threat for our family and us.  That’s why all of us need to know the kitchen’s safety hazards in details.

We are going to discuss the most effective safety tips in tour article. Hope these tips will not only keep you out of danger, but also will keep your kitchen very clean and healthy.

10 Essential Kitchen Safety Tips:

Following a few essential tips in your kitchen, the safety problem can be alleviated in many ways. Here are 10 kitchen safety tips you must know-

1. If you enter the kitchen and feel the smell of gas, first open all the windows and doors in the kitchen. If the gas seems to be leaking, never turn on the gas stove. Do not switch on any switch or kitchen appliances.

First, make the foam of any soap and then put the foam on the gas valve or pipe to see if the bubbles are rising in the foam.  If the bubbles come out, then you will understand that the gas is leaking.  In that case, inform the gas mechanic very quickly.

2.Keep knives, scissors, or lighters, etc. out of reach of children. For safety purpose, place a child safety lock in one or two cabinets in your kitchen and carefully put knives and scissors, lighters, etc. in there.

When removing knives, scissors, etc. from the above cabinets, carefully remove the knife scissors so that they do not occur on your body.

3.Check your kitchen electrical lines and switches at least once in a month. Also, make sure that the earthlings are OK. Never place an electric switchboard very close to the kitchen gas stove.

4.After cooking finished, turn off the gas stove properly. Never turn the gas burner on a bit until you start cooking after a few hours.

5.Towels, paper, plastic bags, these are easy-to-burn items. So, try to keep them away from the gas stove as much as possible.

6.Keep counters top electrical appliances such as iron, mixers, toasters as far as possible from gas stoves and sinks. After every use, you must turn off the switch of all-electric equipment’s and open all the plugs from the switchboard.Never run too many electric gadgets at a time.

7.Clean the kitchen’s exhaust line and cabinet range hood regularly. If these places become too oily, there is a possibility of lighting fire.

8.Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen. Never hang a fire extinguisher on a non stick frying pan, spoon, skillet hanging board. Set the fire extinguisher on the opposite side of the gas stove.

9.Never use a detergent solution to clean the viscous oily floor of your kitchen. It has the potential to cause an accident by slipping on the floor. Also, do not use detergent to clean any kitchen appliances. Using of corrosive detergent can ruin electric devices and subsequently can produce a safety hazard for you.

10.At the end of the work, wash the sponge, brush and all other cleaning cloths thoroughly and dry them. This is very important because keeping these items wet can keep the germs alive and subsequently, these germs can attack your food. When they are well-drained, all germs will die, and you will receive a clean, safe cleaner for use the next day.

 

Verdict:

Life without food cannot be thought of.  Our body and mind remain active due to our daily food intake.  All of those foods are prepared in our kitchen. Therefore, it is essential to keep our kitchen clean, disinfected and hassle-free.

Always remember, the more you store kitchen appliance or kitchen utensils in your kitchen, the higher the threat to your safety. So, remove all unnecessary items from your kitchen, keep it well organized as much as possible.

Have fun and always be safe in your kitchen.

About Samantha Miller

Hi, I’m Samantha Miller, a part-time blogger, a full-time homemaker and as I like to call myself, a no-nonsense mother of two mischevious munchkins. A very merry cherry welcome to my website. I’m the brain behind the development and management of experthomemakers.com.

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