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pour vinegar over it to stop the burn don't pour water over it
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Msds is key. Every employee has a right to see it and should be shown it before they use the chemical! You're a great man.
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what is Diphoterine please, is it available at pharmacies ?
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Sorry I did not identify myself in my previous question
Iam Mr Ron Flynn. of swansea, west Glamorgan, south wales, united kingdom,
I worked in a chemical factory for many years, as a storeman, bot had to into departments
that handled sodium hydroxide, and the had plastic bottles on the walls, around the department, but, I did not know what was in these bottles, I have since retired, and the factory
gone out of business.
thanks for your advice
regards
RonFlynn(Mr)
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Washing up liquid does the trick with cold water as I have been burnt manny times
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does Sodium hydroxide stop burning tissue or continue endless? and how deep will it burn into tissue?
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It is but it reacts much faster it is acetic acid u know
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Try to put lemon squeeze in the affected area then rinse with water. Very effective. No more ichy and burning sensation. Ciao.
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Excellent info. I was making homemade soap and got some lye in a cut! OH MY GOODNESS! I poured organic cider vinegar on it-the temporary sting of the vinegar was nothing compared to the burn of the white-foaming lye in my cut! Thank GOD I had the vinegar on hand. It stopped the burning of the lye almost immediately, THEN, I rinsed with lukewarm water. Whew!
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The waxy stuff is saponification. You are literally turning the oils on your skin to soap!!!
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