Check your water temp. While driving back from a family trip to Florida, I heard on the radion of a child burned in the bathtub. It motivated me to create this message.
A one-second exposure to 160° F water will result in third degree burns.
When the water is 130° F, an approximate half-minute exposure will result in third degree burns.
The CPSC suggests that water heaters be set to a maximum temperature of 120° F
However, an approximate ten minute exposure to this temperature can result in third degree burns so even go a little lower on the temp.
So check your water temp and adjust as needed. Also lowering the temp will also save you a little money in your bills.