Laundry Accidents Can Be Prevented

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Thank you to the great folks at the American Cleaning Institute® (ACI) for sponsoring this post about an important safety topic.

Accidents can happen anywhere of course. We know this. But when we think of accidents in the home, we might think first about slipping in the bathroom or working with tools in the yard or garage. But what about laundry accidents?

Laundry accidents may not be on our radar screens, but it turns out, according to the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC), in 2013, poison centers received reports of 10,000 unintended exposures to highly-concentrated packets of laundry detergent by children 5 and younger.

That’s why I’ve teamed up with the American Cleaning Institute to help increase awareness surrounding the proper usage, storage, and handling of single-load liquid laundry packets.

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Millions of consumers have found these packets to be an easy and convenient way to get their laundry done efficiently and effectively; however, it’s important to remember these powerful packets contain highly concentrated detergent, and, therefore, require the same discipline as common household cleaning products when it comes to safely using, handling, and storing them.

Below is an infographic that includes important facts concerning this very important safety topic. Then, read on to find out about the Key Pledge for laundry safety and where you can go, and what you can do, to be entered for a chance to win an amazing gift card!

infographic ACI

Remember to go to keypledge.com to find out about the KEY Pledge for laundry safety and be the KEY to a safe laundry room and routine. Then, click on the link to take the pledge and learn how to be entered for a chance to win a fantastic $2500 electronic gift card to makeover your laundry room.

Be the KEY

Stay safe and enjoy,

 

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