Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under: Safety
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot enough, your food reminded you by looking just as cold as it did when you placed it in. With the newer ovens, you can differentiate cooking settings when you cook meats by selecting the icon that corresponds to the meat you are using. For example: if you select turkey the oven can set the temperature for how a turkey is supposed to be cooked and it does it automatically. With the older ovens the meat all went in the same way, without a separate selection for each and it was up to you not to doze off and go check on your food. There were no alarms or wifi reminders that sounded from the fire department when your food got a little burnt. In older times, a cook had to know how to take words of a recipe and churn those ingredients into a meal. Nowadays, if you just press and hold the options button for three seconds one can find different recipe's to help them through the meal making process and then have the oven heat itself up once you are done, so the oven does the churning for you.  Appliances are designed with newer technology but we must always factor in safety. Some stoves and ovens are made with stove knobs that one has to reach over the stove for. This can be dangerous,  because you may turn on the stove(gas operated) too high and burn yourself when reaching away from it. Then there are the stove knobs that are placed just above the oven door. So now you may not have to reach over the stove itself, but there becomes a safety issue if you accidentally lean on one of the knobs causing the stove to turn on by mistake also becoming a dangeous situation. How can stove accidents be avoided or prevented?

IDEA:

The stove knob safety latch. These stove knob safety latch has rings that fit around the inner knobs of your stove. This mechanism  consists of for or five minature donut rings(depending on how many stove knobs you have) that are held together as one device. The donut rings are hard rubberized plastic that will not harm your stove in any way or be affected at high temperatures. When the device is open you will see that the donut becomes a half circle or ring that secures around your stove knobs. When it is locked or closed the donut holes become a full circle. The amazing thing about the stove safety latch is that you can place the latch to secure the knobs around your entire stove and only operate the burners you want to by unlocking the knob you need to use. For example: you place the stove knob safety latch on as it opens and locks on both ends(just pull the latch up to provide room to place on to the stove knobs and press the latch down to secure the donut rings and latch into place).

If you need to use the stove burner, but want to secure the others, by pressing the the release latch located on both sides of each of the donut rings, the individual ring will lift up and allow you to use the knob without affecting the other knobs or stove burners. This can be done for all of the donut rings inside the safety latch.  One may ask, what is the purpose of such a thing? Is it to get airtime to watch some adrenaline wasted nut scream for hours on end? Given the price of cable this may be a form of entertaiment if you are watching it on a free channel. In all sincerity, this is meant to keep one's home and family safe from this type of harm.  Since newer stove knobs turn very easy there is a potential that one can accidentally lean or press against the stove causing the burner to ignite at a high flame. You may also have those in your home that you do not want playing with the stove or using it because of their inability to do so. With the stove safety latch you have locked the knobs and this will prevent the burners from being turned on to produce flames accidentally. The stove safety latch comes in white, black and stainless steel, so there is no need to worry cosmetically about your stove when safety is at risk.  This is a great product to have for newer bought stoves and can be used until companies design stoves with stove locks to prevent accidental use. Stoves with more features cost more money and this is an economical product to have when appliances are needed and cost is a factor as well as safety. 

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Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under: Safety
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot enough, your food reminded you by looking just as cold as it did when you placed it in. With the newer ovens, you can differentiate cooking settings when you cook meats by selecting the icon that corresponds to the meat you are using. For example: if you select turkey the oven can set the temperature for how a turkey is supposed to be cooked and it does it automatically. With the older ovens the meat all went in the same way, without a separate selection for each and it was up to you not to doze off and go check on your food. There were no alarms or wifi reminders that sounded from the fire department when your food got a little burnt. In older times, a cook had to know how to take words of a recipe and churn those ingredients into a meal. Nowadays, if you just press and hold the options button for three seconds one can find different recipe's to help them through the meal making process and then have the oven heat itself up once you are done, so the oven does the churning for you.  Appliances are designed with newer technology but we must always factor in safety. Some stoves and ovens are made with stove knobs that one has to reach over the stove for. This can be dangerous,  because you may turn on the stove(gas operated) too high and burn yourself when reaching away from it. Then there are the stove knobs that are placed just above the oven door. So now you may not have to reach over the stove itself, but there becomes a safety issue if you accidentally lean on one of the knobs causing the stove to turn on by mistake also becoming a dangeous situation. How can stove accidents be avoided or prevented?

IDEA:

The stove knob safety latch. These stove knob safety latch has rings that fit around the inner knobs of your stove. This mechanism  consists of for or five minature donut rings(depending on how many stove knobs you have) that are held together as one device. The donut rings are hard rubberized plastic that will not harm your stove in any way or be affected at high temperatures. When the device is open you will see that the donut becomes a half circle or ring that secures around your stove knobs. When it is locked or closed the donut holes become a full circle. The amazing thing about the stove safety latch is that you can place the latch to secure the knobs around your entire stove and only operate the burners you want to by unlocking the knob you need to use. For example: you place the stove knob safety latch on as it opens and locks on both ends(just pull the latch up to provide room to place on to the stove knobs and press the latch down to secure the donut rings and latch into place).

If you need to use the stove burner, but want to secure the others, by pressing the the release latch located on both sides of each of the donut rings, the individual ring will lift up and allow you to use the knob without affecting the other knobs or stove burners. This can be done for all of the donut rings inside the safety latch.  One may ask, what is the purpose of such a thing? Is it to get airtime to watch some adrenaline wasted nut scream for hours on end? Given the price of cable this may be a form of entertaiment if you are watching it on a free channel. In all sincerity, this is meant to keep one's home and family safe from this type of harm.  Since newer stove knobs turn very easy there is a potential that one can accidentally lean or press against the stove causing the burner to ignite at a high flame. You may also have those in your home that you do not want playing with the stove or using it because of their inability to do so. With the stove safety latch you have locked the knobs and this will prevent the burners from being turned on to produce flames accidentally. The stove safety latch comes in white, black and stainless steel, so there is no need to worry cosmetically about your stove when safety is at risk.  This is a great product to have for newer bought stoves and can be used until companies design stoves with stove locks to prevent accidental use. Stoves with more features cost more money and this is an economical product to have when appliances are needed and cost is a factor as well as safety. 

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Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under: Safety
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot enough, your food reminded you by looking just as cold as it did when you placed it in. With the newer ovens, you can differentiate cooking settings when you cook meats by selecting the icon that corresponds to the meat you are using. For example: if you select turkey the oven can set the temperature for how a turkey is supposed to be cooked and it does it automatically. With the older ovens the meat all went in the same way, without a separate selection for each and it was up to you not to doze off and go check on your food. There were no alarms or wifi reminders that sounded from the fire department when your food got a little burnt. In older times, a cook had to know how to take words of a recipe and churn those ingredients into a meal. Nowadays, if you just press and hold the options button for three seconds one can find different recipe's to help them through the meal making process and then have the oven heat itself up once you are done, so the oven does the churning for you.  Appliances are designed with newer technology but we must always factor in safety. Some stoves and ovens are made with stove knobs that one has to reach over the stove for. This can be dangerous,  because you may turn on the stove(gas operated) too high and burn yourself when reaching away from it. Then there are the stove knobs that are placed just above the oven door. So now you may not have to reach over the stove itself, but there becomes a safety issue if you accidentally lean on one of the knobs causing the stove to turn on by mistake also becoming a dangeous situation. How can stove accidents be avoided or prevented?

IDEA:

The stove knob safety latch. These stove knob safety latch has rings that fit around the inner knobs of your stove. This mechanism  consists of for or five minature donut rings(depending on how many stove knobs you have) that are held together as one device. The donut rings are hard rubberized plastic that will not harm your stove in any way or be affected at high temperatures. When the device is open you will see that the donut becomes a half circle or ring that secures around your stove knobs. When it is locked or closed the donut holes become a full circle. The amazing thing about the stove safety latch is that you can place the latch to secure the knobs around your entire stove and only operate the burners you want to by unlocking the knob you need to use. For example: you place the stove knob safety latch on as it opens and locks on both ends(just pull the latch up to provide room to place on to the stove knobs and press the latch down to secure the donut rings and latch into place).

If you need to use the stove burner, but want to secure the others, by pressing the the release latch located on both sides of each of the donut rings, the individual ring will lift up and allow you to use the knob without affecting the other knobs or stove burners. This can be done for all of the donut rings inside the safety latch.  One may ask, what is the purpose of such a thing? Is it to get airtime to watch some adrenaline wasted nut scream for hours on end? Given the price of cable this may be a form of entertaiment if you are watching it on a free channel. In all sincerity, this is meant to keep one's home and family safe from this type of harm.  Since newer stove knobs turn very easy there is a potential that one can accidentally lean or press against the stove causing the burner to ignite at a high flame. You may also have those in your home that you do not want playing with the stove or using it because of their inability to do so. With the stove safety latch you have locked the knobs and this will prevent the burners from being turned on to produce flames accidentally. The stove safety latch comes in white, black and stainless steel, so there is no need to worry cosmetically about your stove when safety is at risk.  This is a great product to have for newer bought stoves and can be used until companies design stoves with stove locks to prevent accidental use. Stoves with more features cost more money and this is an economical product to have when appliances are needed and cost is a factor as well as safety. 

In : Safety 



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Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under: Safety
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot enough, your food reminded you by looking just as cold as it did when you placed it in. With the newer ovens, you can differentiate cooking settings when you cook meats by selecting the icon that corresponds to the meat you are using. For example: if you select turkey the oven can set the temperature for how a turkey is supposed to be cooked and it does it automatically. With the older ovens the meat all went in the same way, without a separate selection for each and it was up to you not to doze off and go check on your food. There were no alarms or wifi reminders that sounded from the fire department when your food got a little burnt. In older times, a cook had to know how to take words of a recipe and churn those ingredients into a meal. Nowadays, if you just press and hold the options button for three seconds one can find different recipe's to help them through the meal making process and then have the oven heat itself up once you are done, so the oven does the churning for you.  Appliances are designed with newer technology but we must always factor in safety. Some stoves and ovens are made with stove knobs that one has to reach over the stove for. This can be dangerous,  because you may turn on the stove(gas operated) too high and burn yourself when reaching away from it. Then there are the stove knobs that are placed just above the oven door. So now you may not have to reach over the stove itself, but there becomes a safety issue if you accidentally lean on one of the knobs causing the stove to turn on by mistake also becoming a dangeous situation. How can stove accidents be avoided or prevented?

IDEA:

The stove knob safety latch. These stove knob safety latch has rings that fit around the inner knobs of your stove. This mechanism  consists of for or five minature donut rings(depending on how many stove knobs you have) that are held together as one device. The donut rings are hard rubberized plastic that will not harm your stove in any way or be affected at high temperatures. When the device is open you will see that the donut becomes a half circle or ring that secures around your stove knobs. When it is locked or closed the donut holes become a full circle. The amazing thing about the stove safety latch is that you can place the latch to secure the knobs around your entire stove and only operate the burners you want to by unlocking the knob you need to use. For example: you place the stove knob safety latch on as it opens and locks on both ends(just pull the latch up to provide room to place on to the stove knobs and press the latch down to secure the donut rings and latch into place).

If you need to use the stove burner, but want to secure the others, by pressing the the release latch located on both sides of each of the donut rings, the individual ring will lift up and allow you to use the knob without affecting the other knobs or stove burners. This can be done for all of the donut rings inside the safety latch.  One may ask, what is the purpose of such a thing? Is it to get airtime to watch some adrenaline wasted nut scream for hours on end? Given the price of cable this may be a form of entertaiment if you are watching it on a free channel. In all sincerity, this is meant to keep one's home and family safe from this type of harm.  Since newer stove knobs turn very easy there is a potential that one can accidentally lean or press against the stove causing the burner to ignite at a high flame. You may also have those in your home that you do not want playing with the stove or using it because of their inability to do so. With the stove safety latch you have locked the knobs and this will prevent the burners from being turned on to produce flames accidentally. The stove safety latch comes in white, black and stainless steel, so there is no need to worry cosmetically about your stove when safety is at risk.  This is a great product to have for newer bought stoves and can be used until companies design stoves with stove locks to prevent accidental use. Stoves with more features cost more money and this is an economical product to have when appliances are needed and cost is a factor as well as safety. 

In : Safety 



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Stove Safety

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, February 10, 2011 Under: Safety
Most everyone enjoys new appliances. They are nicer looking and filled with many features that can make cooking appear to be automatic.  The older ovens were of course used when everything was made without already processed and prepared foods.  There was no manual to be read to use one. You either turned the knob left or right. There were no fancy song loops or downloads that sounded when the oven finally became hot to the desired temperature set. Back in those days if the oven wasn't hot enough, your food reminded you by looking just as cold as it did when you placed it in. With the newer ovens, you can differentiate cooking settings when you cook meats by selecting the icon that corresponds to the meat you are using. For example: if you select turkey the oven can set the temperature for how a turkey is supposed to be cooked and it does it automatically. With the older ovens the meat all went in the same way, without a separate selection for each and it was up to you not to doze off and go check on your food. There were no alarms or wifi reminders that sounded from the fire department when your food got a little burnt. In older times, a cook had to know how to take words of a recipe and churn those ingredients into a meal. Nowadays, if you just press and hold the options button for three seconds one can find different recipe's to help them through the meal making process and then have the oven heat itself up once you are done, so the oven does the churning for you.  Appliances are designed with newer technology but we must always factor in safety. Some stoves and ovens are made with stove knobs that one has to reach over the stove for. This can be dangerous,  because you may turn on the stove(gas operated) too high and burn yourself when reaching away from it. Then there are the stove knobs that are placed just above the oven door. So now you may not have to reach over the stove itself, but there becomes a safety issue if you accidentally lean on one of the knobs causing the stove to turn on by mistake also becoming a dangeous situation. How can stove accidents be avoided or prevented?

IDEA:

The stove knob safety latch. These stove knob safety latch has rings that fit around the inner knobs of your stove. This mechanism  consists of for or five minature donut rings(depending on how many stove knobs you have) that are held together as one device. The donut rings are hard rubberized plastic that will not harm your stove in any way or be affected at high temperatures. When the device is open you will see that the donut becomes a half circle or ring that secures around your stove knobs. When it is locked or closed the donut holes become a full circle. The amazing thing about the stove safety latch is that you can place the latch to secure the knobs around your entire stove and only operate the burners you want to by unlocking the knob you need to use. For example: you place the stove knob safety latch on as it opens and locks on both ends(just pull the latch up to provide room to place on to the stove knobs and press the latch down to secure the donut rings and latch into place).

If you need to use the stove burner, but want to secure the others, by pressing the the release latch located on both sides of each of the donut rings, the individual ring will lift up and allow you to use the knob without affecting the other knobs or stove burners. This can be done for all of the donut rings inside the safety latch.  One may ask, what is the purpose of such a thing? Is it to get airtime to watch some adrenaline wasted nut scream for hours on end? Given the price of cable this may be a form of entertaiment if you are watching it on a free channel. In all sincerity, this is meant to keep one's home and family safe from this type of harm.  Since newer stove knobs turn very easy there is a potential that one can accidentally lean or press against the stove causing the burner to ignite at a high flame. You may also have those in your home that you do not want playing with the stove or using it because of their inability to do so. With the stove safety latch you have locked the knobs and this will prevent the burners from being turned on to produce flames accidentally. The stove safety latch comes in white, black and stainless steel, so there is no need to worry cosmetically about your stove when safety is at risk.  This is a great product to have for newer bought stoves and can be used until companies design stoves with stove locks to prevent accidental use. Stoves with more features cost more money and this is an economical product to have when appliances are needed and cost is a factor as well as safety. 

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