1. Do not smoke in bed. A cigarette that slips from your hand will very rapidly set your blanket on fire.
  2. Pay attention when cooking or frying, especially late at night, when you’re probably sleepy. Hot cooking oil or food boiled dry will easily inflame.
  3. Turn the television off when you’re not using it. A television on stand-by attracts dust and this can lead to a short-circuit.
  4. Do not link extension cables to each other. This could cause an overcharge and therefore a short-circuit.
  5. Pay attention to halogen- and spotlights. These are heat sources that are quick to cause fire when they are positioned to close to flammable objects.
  6. Put candles in solid containers on a flat surface. Do not use containers that are made of flammable material.

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