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Fire safety belongs on the spring cleaning checklist

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By Lisa Braxton

When the first day of spring arrives on March 20, many of us will turn our attention to that annual rite of passage–spring cleaning. As we decide which home cleaning projects to tackle in what order, let’s add fire safety to the checklist. Take a few minutes to read through NFPA’s tips on taking care of your smoke alarms, tips sheet on 9-volt battery safety and the clothes dryer safety tips sheet. Have Sparky the Fire Dog® get the kids involved with the “Cool to do” Spring Safety Hunt activity.

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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