Jiaodong Online, September 19 (reporter Yang Qing) In our lives, there are many ordinary and widely used items that seem to be very safe and harmless. The following editor will sum up the usual "dangerous goods" in our daily lives.
Water for hair styling
Hair styling water consists of flammable and explosive substances such as tar, alcohol and propellants such as propane and butane.
A beer bottle contains a large amount of liquid carbon dioxide under high pressure. When the bottle body is subjected to impacts, shaking and other external influences, or the bottle cap is opened in a rough way, carbon dioxide changes from liquid to gas, so that the pressure in the bottle will rise sharply, causing the bottle. The body exploded, injuring the bottle holder and bystanders with shards of blown glass.
When heating metal cans with various liquid beverages with an open flame (coal fire, gas stove) or microwave oven, the liquid in the can becomes gaseous after heating, and its volume increases hundreds of times, thereby increasing inside the cylinder There will be a sudden increase in pressure and danger explosion.
Colored dew (perfume) is a necessary daily essential for home and travel. It has the functions of fresh air, refreshing and relaxing, dispelling prickly heat and itching, detoxifying and anti-inflammatory. However, it should also be noted that it is extremely flammable. Its raw materials mainly include alcohol, pigment, essence and water, and its alcohol content reaches more than 70%, so it has great fire and explosion hazard.
A small battery is also a small bomb, and there is a danger of an explosion if it is short-circuited or burned in an open flame.
Household vacuum cleaner
Many people may not know that this electrical appliance is explosive. Household vacuum cleaners are generally considered non-explosion-proof electrical equipment, when the dust they inhale mixes with air and reaches the explosive limit, it explodes.
1. When choosing household goods, especially dangerous ones, it is necessary to buy quality goods from conventional manufacturers and beware of fakes.
2. Dangerous goods are best not placed in the living quarters, but can be stored in a pantry to prevent damage caused by careless handling.
3. Children at home should be taught not to play with dangerous items such as batteries, lighters, mosquito repellents and air fresheners so that they can understand the potential dangers of these items from an early age.
I hope that with the help of this article, you will be able to understand what dangerous foods are in your life, use and store them wisely, and beware of hidden dangers.