Many people often think about cleaning up the socket after ten days and a half. At this time, it has already been made "grayed." “There is too much dust in the socket, which may cause poor contact. Seriously, it will cause local heat. When the temperature rises to a certain extent, the socket will be deformed, and a few will cause a short circuit and cause a fire.” National Household Appliances Quality Supervision of China Household Electrical Appliances Research Institute Lu Jianguo, director of the comprehensive inspection department of the inspection center, reminded.
The power outlet should be cleaned once every three or four days. People who love cleanliness like to wipe the socket with a wet rag. Lu Jianguo emphasizes that this is a big taboo, because the moisture on the rag will make the jack wet, and plug it in immediately after wiping it, which is easy to cause a short circuit. It is best to use a vacuum cleaner to suck the dust out of the socket, or turn the socket upside down, gently tap the bottom, and then wipe the surface dust with a dry cloth. "Be sure to pat." Lu Jianguo said, remake or simply smash the socket on the ground, it will destroy the parts inside.
In fact, many sockets now have some dust-proof measures inside. Therefore, if it is in a dry, clean environment, the outlet can be cleaned regularly. It is best to use a socket with a waterproof cover in the bathroom, because water vapor may make dust, hair, etc. become conductors and form a power-on state. Some people call this "soil-conducting". In addition, the power plug that has not been unplugged for a long time should be cleaned frequently, otherwise it will easily produce "soil pollution".