When my first child had an accident at home, I realised we hadn't childproofed the house as well as we could have. Thankfully, they were fine, but I learned my lesson and began a thorough inspection of my home and garden. I got to work addressing the various hazards we had overlooked, and I started this blog to help other parents think objectively about the hazards in their own homes. I post about a variety of topics, such as pool safety, choosing a safe garden fence, storing medication and cleaning products, window and door locks and kitchen safety for kids. I hope you find my blog useful and informative.
19 July 2016
Having the right fire equipment within the office place is essential for maintaining safe conditions for your employees. According to Fire and Safety Australia, 95% of fires could be extinguished without the need for the emergency services if the correct fire extinguisher is used. The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) produced the Australian Standards, which highlights fire safety policy, such as the regularity of fire extinguisher testing and where they should be located.
21 June 2016
Headlights and taillights are crucial components for any vehicle. However, not may motorists pay much attention to their car lights and will typically use the ones that come with the manufacturer. When they begin failing, it is not uncommon to find motorists replacing them with the same light instead of considering whether they can make their vehicle more efficient by opting for something different. If you are looking to install new car lights, you should consider LED car lights.
9 June 2016
Many furniture experts recommend that you treat your teak furniture with teak oil to protect it from sunlight and moisture. Most teak oil products contain a mixture of oil, solvents and resin, which combine to create a wood treatment of the right consistency to deeply penetrate into the wood. You can make your own teak oil from simple, inexpensive ingredients to protect your teak furniture from harm. Choose an Oil Base
15 April 2016
There are numerous types of air pollutants like pollen, pet fur, general dirt and even smoke in residential environments. These contaminants compromise your indoor air quality and the particles can be harmful to the respiratory system. Therefore, you should consider installing an air cleaner in your house to eliminate these air pollutants. Basically, these appliances are designed to screen the air and eliminate the contaminating particles. The cleaning efficiency of the purifier will depend on the filtration mechanism, so it is important to consider this aspect before purchase.