What is the number one thing that you will take into consideration when building a home for your family? If I were to answer this question, I would say, “I want my house to be beautiful and comfortable to live in, but above anything else, I want it to be safe for my family especially for my kids.” I’m pretty sure no one would disagree with me on that. At least, no responsible parent would. However, when we say “safe”, it is quite a broad topic. A lot of different things come into mind. Are the windows placed properly? Are the doors child-friendly? Are the furnishings dangerous to my kids? Is the toilet safe? What about the kitchen? What type of staircase should I install? These are just a few of the many things that play in your mind and sometimes bug you when planning your “ideal” house. Undeniably, handling household safety issues can be a contentious matter. There are times when you feel like you’ve already done so much but in the end, your efforts still come up short. It really is frustrating when you are trying to strike a balance between making your house the most beautiful house ever, and making it the safest place your kids could ever live in. What’s more frustrating is when you think of the fact that what you’re up against are not just the things that can be seen by the naked eye. What’s even more frustrating is you don’t know where they really are, so you don’t know where to start “fighting” them; and when you know where they are, you don’t know how to fight them.

Amidst all these frustrations, no one could blame you if you feel hopeless and you don’t know what to do. However, you should put in mind that these problems could have been avoided in the first place. How? It’s just simple. Choose and buy things that are made with materials that are not just child-friendly, but also environment-friendly. Environment-friendly things are definitely good for your child’s health. That’s guaranteed. Say for example, you are purchasing toilet hardware. To be more specific, you are purchasing a bathtub where your kids can wash themselves, feel like swimming, and play with their rubber duck. It would be ideal if you choose a bathtub that is made of copper. Bacteria will not grow on a copper surface because it is bio-static. Bio-static means that it inhibits the growth or multiplication of an organism, especially of a microorganism. Simply put, copper-made or copper-coated materials are antimicrobial and prevent the undesirable accumulation of harmful bacteria. Results of a research, that was conducted in 2008, indicate it was discovered that some 355 copper alloys were proven to kill more than 99.9% of disease-causing bacteria within just two hours when cleaned regularly. There it is. A copper bathtub combined with regular cleaning will result in a child-friendly bathing hardware.

See, that is just one of the many simple ways of how to make your household a safe place for your kids. Have I also mentioned that these copper bathtubs also come with extraordinarily beautiful designs? Now, your worries on mixing beauty with safety are lessened at the least.

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