Just when you think you’ve baby-proofed your home, there’s always something else that could cause harm to your child.

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The picture below looks innocent enough with a gorgeous, smiling baby boy playing with his toys, but if you look close enough, there are dangers.

In total, there are 11 hazards in this photograph that need to managed as soon as possible.

Can you spot all of them?

Can you find all the risks to your baby?

1.Uncovered outlet
2.Window blind cord
3.Unsecured TV
4.Fireplace
5.Handbag contents
6.Sharp edges
7.Coins
8.Balloon
9.Unattended iron
10.Leaning mirror
11.Laundry pacs

A new laundry detergent ad from Tide showcased all these common hazards around the house, which pose the biggest risk to under five-year-olds. See below for the video.

To baby-proof your home and minimise the risks, there are a few things you can do.

You can go to your local Bunnings and get some baby locks to put on cupboards, and also a baby gate.

Get down low to the floor – your child’s level – and look for unattended power sockets and bits and bobs on the ground. Check heaters, animal food, pets, over-spilling handbags, potentially toppling TVs or coffee tables, medicine or cleaning products in easy-to-reach spots, and even water from a dogs bowl.

Blind cords are also important to manage as they are a huge risk to health. In Australia, one or two children in Australia die from strangulation of blind or curtain cords.

So, long story short – check EVERYTHING.

VIDEO: Identify the risks to your baby in this video, plus ways you can manage them.