Summer Safety 101: The Smart Way to Handle Sparklers and Fireworks


Independence Day is the biggest time of year for fireworks, but roman candles, spinners, and more big boomers are staples of the barbecue circuit all summer long. While you’re having all that fun, it’s important to keep safety in the forefront. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that 60% of all firework injuries in 2013 were sustained during the 30 days surrounding July 4th. Typical injuries include burns to the hands, eyes, face, and legs.

What to Know Before You Light ‘Em

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