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Keep safe in your kitchen by booking a free home fire safety visit today. It only takes around 20 minutes – and it could save your life.
You'll get safety tips and advice on how to avoid a fire in the kitchen – and what to do if it does. You'll even get free extra smoke alarms if you need them.
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Follow our cooking advice to stay safe in the kitchen:
You should never:
Modern electric deep fat fryers are safer than traditional chip pans because they have a safety switch that cuts them off to stop them overheating and catching fire.
Traditional chip pans are more likely to cause fires. If you do use one, follow this advice:
Washing machines, tumble dryers and dishwashers have working parts that heat up and could start a fire if something goes wrong.
Follow our safety advice: