6 Tips to Keep your Kitchen Safe
In many circumstances, the kitchen can act as the heart of the home — a hub of activity for friendly get-togethers, family feasts, and even festive celebrations. Unfortunately, the kitchen is also brimming with potential dangers, from sharp knives, to pans of spitting grease, pots of boiling water, and a host of fire hazards. With so many risk factors to think about, it's no surprise that each year thousands of Americans are injured in their own kitchens. In fact, according to the NFPA, cooking equipment was responsible for 1.1 billion dollars in property damage, and 5,400 civilian injuries between 2009-2013. Since you should be able to feel safe and secure in any part of your home, we've put together some of the most important kitchen safety tips that you need to follow, in order to keep yourself, and your family protected while you cook.