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Keeping a safe kitchen is important to adding years of your life in your home.  According to the National Fire Protection Association, at age 65, people are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large.  Don't let a fire happen to you take the steps today to be safe.

Kitchen accidents can send you to the hospital if you aren't careful.  My goal is to provide you with information and resources you can use today to stay in your home.  

OVEN Safety


Eliminating house fires and burns are the top concern for seniors wanting to stay safe in their home.  I've listed oven rack shields so when you are baking you don't have to worry about getting burns from the hot racks.  I've also listed an induction cook-top so you can reduce your risk of cooking fires. 



There are always new technologies popping up and I think this one is pretty neat.  It's a special plug that cuts power to the entire stove when the fire alarm goes off.  Also can't forget about an easy to use fire extinguisher, in case you find yourself in the unfortunate case of a fire you will be prepared. 

Fingers do not belong in drains


 Keep you fingers safe by keeping them out of drains! If you drop something in the sink be able to retrieve it safely by staying away from the garbage disposal and get a sink strain.

Brighten up the room


Adding low cost LED lighting can make a world of difference in making it easier to read can labels or recipes.  Lighting can help increase safety when cutting up foods and bright rooms are cheerful rooms.  Make standing for long times while cooking more comfortable with a nonslip anti-fatigue mat. 

Help for hands


Don't let arthritis slow you down in the kitchen.  There are lots of tools out there to help you make the most of preparing and cooking your food.  

cutting with class


Don't risk cutting your fingers getting food ready, protect yourself with good cutting utensils and protect fingers with gloves.  Cutting gloves are a good investment when compared to getting nasty cuts that could send you to the ER!