3 Surprisingly Common Kitchen Injuries & How To Avoid Them
In just a few short days, homes all over the country will be filled with the wonderful sounds and scents of the Holidays! While some are looking forward to eating a slice of sweet potato pie, others are faced with the task of preparing a feast for family and friends. If you’re the one who has taken on the challenge of cooking dinner this holiday season, be sure to know these 3 tips to prevent injuring yourself.
Kitchen Equipment and Appliances
We all saw what happened to the Pearson family on This is Us. Old or faulty appliances can destroy your home and cause injury. I know your mother and your mother’s mother always cooked the greens in that pot, but it may be time for a replacement.
To Prevent Injury from Kitchen Equipment and Appliances:
1. Replace Old or Faulty Equipment and Appliances
If you have to jiggle the lever for the can opener to work, it’s probably time to get a new one. Dull knives and old pots with broken handles can cause cuts and burns that land you in the emergency room. Replacing old appliances can help