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Do You Know The Dangers That Lurk In Your Home? I Bet You Don't Know This One.

Published on 3/25/2014
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Do you know the dangers that lurk in your home? I bet you don't know this one.

Some where tucked away in the junk drawer is a little object that we depend on everyday to safe our lives. 

But this little object can light your house on fire in 20 seconds or less. 

Can you guess what it is?

What we depend on to run our smoke detectors. 9 volt batteries. 

Yes 9 volt batteries. These small batteries are just thrown in a drawer some where with a bunch of junk. Metal objects like paper clips, change, steel wool or even other batteries. 

When these objects move around in the drawer they connect with  other objects in the drawer. This causes the batteries to spark. Then catching a flammable object in your junk drawer on fire.

The way to keep yourself safe from this happening to you? Try putting electrical tape over the battery connections. Try keeping the batteries in the package or just keep them in a safe place away from anything that can cause the batteries to spark. Even check your garage and toolbox.

Better to think smart and be smart. It will keep you from a disaster that will be for the record books. Don't be a statistic. Clean up that junk drawer before it's too late. You never know when a disaster like that is going to happen. I hope you will take a minute and look in your drawers and cabinets. Your family will thank you later.  


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Dawn Meyers

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