Tips on how to deal with broken glass
When glass objects break in the home, the small pieces are thrown far and wide, becoming a safety hazard for members, especially households with young children.
In addition to this traditional method, you can use some of the tips below to deal with broken glass, especially the small pieces that are scattered everywhere.
Use fresh bread or potatoes
Even after sweeping or vacuuming, small splinters of glass still get stuck in carpet fibers, floor cracks or tight corners. To deal with this effectively, he dons gloves, pushes a slice of fresh, soft bread into the area with a lot of broken glass, and then throws it away. You can also cut a potato in half to reveal the flesh. Press the cut side of the potato against the small piece of glass you see to make it easier to remove. Please note that this potato should be discarded immediately.
Use wet wipes/wet wipes
Fold up some sheets of paper towels or towels, fold them into squares, add some water to create moisture, and then press the glass shavings onto the coated surface. Please note that do not rub, rub, the glass may pierce the cloth or paper and scratch your hand.
Use a lint roller
Sticky surface lint rollers can be useful when picking up broken glass.
You put on gloves, wrap a tape around your hand, sticking on the outside. Then gently tap the floor or carpet to remove glass debris.
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