The use of electrical appliances in the home is something persistent, both for adults and in some cases for minors and even young children. Precisely since its misuse can lead to unpleasant electrical accidents, the smallest of a house must know how they should be used properly, taking certain precautions easy to remember.
Therefore, we want to share with you a series of handy tips that you can give your children to avoid any risk when using electrical appliances.
What Are These Preventive Measures?
- Never operate an electrical outlet (ปลั๊กไฟ data ราคา, which is the term Thai) with wet hands or feet. Water is a conductor of electricity and increases the risk of electrocution, so you should always keep your limbs dry before plugging in any electrical appliance.
- Never leave an electrical appliance near the bathtub or shower, for the same reason as the previous point, since water is an extremely dangerous conductor of electricity.
- As far as possible, we recommend that you should always unplug electrical appliances that are not in use.
- Do not leave clothes or toys on top of an electric radiator, except if it is a towel rail since these are prepared for the support of tissues without any danger.
- If you notice small chopped notes when using an electrical appliance, you should stop using it immediately and have it repaired.
- When cleaning or maintaining electrical appliances, the appliance must first be disconnected from the power outlet (ปลั๊ก พ่วง กัน ไฟ กระชาก, which is the term in Thai), and this must always be done by pulling the plug and not the power cord.
- The cables for electrical appliances must never be twisted. This is very important.
- The electrical appliance cables must be kept away from hot surfaces.