Experts recommend that you change your batteries every 6 months.
Use daylight savings as a helpful reminder and you will be unlikely to forget.
Set clocks back, change batteries.
Then change them again in the spring, when you move your clocks ahead.
The best supplies for this cleaning task are:
- vacuum once a month to get rid of cobwebs and debris
- regular maintenance will also rid the detector of residue from cooking vapors and insects
Maybe a smoke detector redesigned in the shape of a bird would be less frightening.
If you follow this cleaning tips,
your home will have safe, working smoke detectors.
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