Mixing water and electricity can lead to a dangerous–even fatal–electrical shock. Do you know how to keep yourself and your loved ones safe in the bathroom, the one room in the house where that hazardous mixing of water and electricity is most likely to occur? One essential safety device is a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), a device that cuts off the flow of electricity when water is present. But even if you have GFCIs installed, it is still essential to be vigilant about wiring and the use of electrical appliances in the bathroom.
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Electrical Safety Tips for the Bathroom
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