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Children and Blinds: Five Safety Tips for Childproofing Wind PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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Today we can feel that hot days in Australia are getting hotter than usual and we’re all finding ways to keep cool. Sometimes--or most of the time--this comes in the form of turning up the air conditioning or switching on every fan in the house. Of course, that is probably the most effective way to stay cool on hot days, but we might think a little differently by the time we see the electricity bill. Fortunately though there is another way to keep temperatures fairly cool at home while saving on electricity. Please visit http://www.perfectblinds.com.au/ to know more.

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Children and Blinds: Five Safety Tips for Childproofing Wind

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Childproofing

Window Blinds


Any pieces of furniture like sofas, chairs, beds or cribs should be nowhere near the blinds.


All window blind cords should be out of reach.


Install cordless window blinds.


Have the old set of window blinds retrofitted or replaced.


Install cordless honeycomb shades.


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