Which electrical appliances are safe to buy and what you should know
A new study says some electrical appliances can be safe to wear, while others are not.
The survey is part of the CBC’s Smart Home Report.
It says many of the best-known and most popular home products are safe for use in the home, but some are not safe.
For example, the study says it is safe to use a standard fridge and microwave in the garage or a dishwasher in the living room, but not in the kitchen or dining room.
The study also says it’s safe to have your kids play with the kids toys and that it is not safe to play with your pets in the house.
But some of the appliances are still a safe bet, such as a vacuum cleaner or electric oven, said Debra Hirsch, a product manager with Canadian Tire.
The most popular brand of electric oven is safe, but she said you should still be cautious about using the stove.
“The fact that the most popular appliance for our market is the microwave is certainly an issue,” she said.
Hirsch said it’s also important to be cautious of any electric heating and air conditioning equipment.
This is especially true when you have a baby and the temperature inside your home is still very high, she said, adding that a baby’s body needs to adjust to the higher temperature.
The CBC Smart Home Survey has been conducted by CBC and found that most Canadians do not know the safety of the following items: Electric blankets (for babies) Electric heaters (for newborns) Electric dishwashers Electric heat sinks Electric hot water heating units (for baby showers) The study says there is one product that is particularly safe, however, and it’s a high-end vacuum cleaner.
CBC News asked all Canadians for their personal recommendations for safe and effective appliances and found it was clear from the responses that many consumers have a number of concerns about the safety and effectiveness of household products.
The survey found that more than half of Canadians said they would not buy an electric refrigerator if they could avoid it.
The CBC says Canadians are concerned about the use of household cleaners and dishwashes in the homes they own.
As well, consumers are concerned that household cleaners, such at regular household cleaners (which may not be as effective as an electric one) and dishwashing machines (which can be used to wash food or other household items) are not being used correctly, or that some products are being made with a low level of care.
The study also found that people are more likely to use the microwave if it is more accessible.
More than half (55 per cent) of people surveyed said they could live without the microwave, while more than three-quarters (77 per cent, or 1,095 respondents) said they wouldn’t be comfortable using the microwave without a close friend or family member.