FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: JOAN BESSETTE
The RangeGuard – Designed to Prevent Burns in the Kitchen – Chosen to Exhibit at the 2004 International Home & Housewares Show
AGAWAM, MA. (JAN. 5, 2004) RangeGuard Industries Inc. today announced The RangeGuard has been chosen to exhibit at the 2004 International Home & Housewares Show, March 20-22, at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.
The RangeGuard-Awarded two US Patents-is designed to prevent a child from touching hot burners or pulling a pot off the stove. The RangeGuard is easy to install and securely fits most 30” wide free standing ranges. The durable metal construction and lifetime warranty adds safety every parent needs in their kitchen. According to the American Burn Association every year over 5000 children are burned at the stove seriously enough to require medical attention. Curious children may reach up and grab handles, pulling hot foods and liquid down onto themselves. Cooking grease can reach temperatures higher than 400 degrees Fahrenheit and cause serious burns in less than one second. Scalds are the number one cause of burn injuries among children in the U.S. and Canada.
Many years of research and development have been invested to insure The RangeGuard will provide the highest level of safety-yet is durable and attractive in all kitchens. The baked enamel finish blends in with existing décor, and wipes clean with a damp sponge. The sturdy welded corner hinges and double walled metal construction-will add many years of safety to the kitchen. Proudly made in the U.S.A. by talented Massachusetts Craftsman- The RangeGuard has been praised by safety experts and professionals in hospital burn centers.