Just how much damage can a house endure? Enter the world of domestic disaster - the team put home hazards to the test in a real house!
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Detonating toilets; kitchen grease fires; bursting helium tanks.
Killer laundry; explosive household cleaning.
The House Hazards team inspects home entertainment.
Crash test dummies demonstrate the science behind hidden dangers.
Sounding the alarm on things designed to protect homes.
From lethal landscaping to a very windy game of dodge ball, the House Hazards team of domestic scientists investigates if home is where the heart should be when Mother Nature comes calling.
What can happen when pest control goes wrong.
Dangers revolving around the holidays are featured, including a deep-fryer disaster and a fondue that goes up in flames. Other mishaps involve a date night and a faulty furnace.
The scientists investigate potential kitchen dangers.
The team goes beneath the floorboards to investigate the real-life dangers of dropping bathtubs. In the kitchen, Brendan and Dan demonstrate how microwaves and blenders can go from labour saving to life threatening. And Francesca draws an unflattering picture of what happens when spray paint is pointed in the wrong direction.
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