Using an extension cord safely is important as you do not want to hurt yourself or your home. First, you need to understand that an extension cord is just a temporary solution, so fix your outlets or electrical system if needed for the long-term. Make sure not to use your cord outside when it’s raining as water and electricity is obviously very dangerous. It’s also important to only purchase cords that have been safety approved and not use off brand cords. Finally, pick out the cord that best suits your needs as cords are as short as 20 feet and as long as 150 feet.
- Extension cords must be used with caution and they are only a temporary solution, not a permanent one.
- Only use cords that have been safety approved and try not to use any off brand cords.
- Buy the right size for your electrical needs as cords can be as short as 20 feet and as long as 150 feet.
“Electricity and water are never a good idea, so don’t try to risk it and see if it works.”
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