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Avoid Aluminum Foil to Line Your Oven and Other Fire Safety Tips

Paul Davis GTA West Group
Publication date:
July 27, 2021
Article Summary: 

Leslie Anderson, Vice President of Training for Paul Davis Restoration Inc, advises against using aluminum foil for cooking or lining cooking equipment, as it can cause kitchen fires. Anderson suggests following precautions to avoid kitchen accidents, organized for easy recall with the acronym SAFE KITCHEN. These include using the self-cleaning cycle on ovens only occasionally, attaching an anti-tip bracket to stoves, not using foil as an oven or burner protector, having a fire extinguisher at the ready, keeping baking soda handy, investing in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, taking time to work safely, cleaning up as you go, and never throwing water on a grease fire. If help is needed, Anderson recommends calling the fire or emergency department for assistance. Paul Davis Restoration provides assistance in recovering from kitchen fires.


Leslie Anderson, Paul Davis Restoration, aluminum foil, kitchen fires, SAFE KITCHEN, self-cleaning ovens, anti-tip bracket, fire extinguisher, baking soda, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, kitchen safety, grease fires.

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Paul Davis GTA West Group
Avoid Aluminum Foil to Line Your Oven and Other Fire Safety Tips
July 27, 2021
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