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Are there any safety tips to using my hair dryer?

Addtime:2017/03/14


Hair dryers are one of the most common household items associated with electric shock so it's vital that we're using them safely to prevent injury to ourselves and others.

  • Make sure your hair dryer is in good working order.
  • Don't use it if the power cord is damaged.
  • Where possible avoid using your hair dryer in wet areas.
  • If water comes in contact with your hair dryer, turn it off and unplug it immediately.
  • When disconnecting your hair dryer turn it off first at the switch then pull out the plug.
  • Make sure the power cord is not dangling from benches or in your child's reach.

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