When you need to be safe, don’t put the bed down

When you’re in the middle of a big project and need to put your bed down, you can always put the sheets down or take them off, even though you won’t be able to do it without the sheets.

That’s because, according to a study published in The Lancet last year, sheets are the least-hazardous material when you put them down, and sheets with fabric can be as much as 20 per cent less prone to damage than other materials.

And it’s not just about sheets: it’s also about how the sheets are laid out.

So it’s important to put sheets down at the right height and level, which can make them less prone for breaking.

Here are some tips to keep you safe when you’re putting down a sheet: 1.

Be careful about covering the edges.

Put your sheets on top of a desk, or put them on a table or wall that you can reach.

When putting them down on the floor, make sure the edges are covered with your sheets.

A study published last year in the journal Science found that when people put their sheets on a surface that was level with the floor they were more likely to fall down.


Be wary of laying flat sheets on the ground.

It’s tempting to lay flat sheets over a surface and let them roll off, but the edges of a sheet can easily slide over a sharp surface and break.

To ensure that a sheet isn’t getting knocked over, put it on a flat surface and make sure that it doesn’t have a flat edge.


Place sheets evenly on a bedside table.

Put sheets evenly along the edge of a table, making sure they don’t touch the edge.


Don’t put sheets across a bed to create an overhang.

You can lay sheets over your mattress to create a bedover, but it’s better to leave the sheets in the room.

Instead, use a sheet to cover a bed or a small table. 5. Don