The arrival of baby requires a lot of preparations, especially in the home front. Babyproofing is necessary if you don’t want to end up taking your child to the emergency room every now and then. But even then, there are still child safety hazards lurking in your home that you may have missed and how to protect your child from them.
If the range was not properly installed, it can easily topple over when your kid leans or climbs on it, leading to potential critical injuries or burns, if there is scalding water or oil on top of it.
Solution: Put anti-tip brackets that keep the legs of the ranges to the floor. Make sure to close the oven when you’re not using it to prevent your child from climbing or leaning over it.