HUMAN EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE:
Polymeric MDI reacts with skin protein and tissue moisture and can cause localized irritation as well as discoloration. Prolonged contact could produce reddening, swelling, or blistering and, in some individuals, skin sensitization resulting in dermatitis.
From: vw1971 <treyjung@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [tcb] Re: Great Story about me and a can of POR-15
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 09:36:51 -0500
So I am in the Emergency room trying to explain what POR-15 is and I'm getting looks (like I'm making bombs on the side) when this older doctor who has an old Ford Coupe knows what POR-15 is. Thank God, so he starts to tell me you have to be careful not to get it on your hands.. I'm looking down at my hands going duh............... that's why I'm here....
I've got most of it off except for some under the fingers nails..... sandpaper and a razor blade works great... I should have shot a video and posted it on youtube..
This happened when I put on some gloves that somehow got some POR-15 on the inside of them....
what a week... MY hands hurt........
On 7/15/07, sammie smith <bugcollections@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:What came off, the tail or the por 15?
Katrina Martin <k.d.martin@xxxxxxx> wrote:Funny story? I got one about POR15. Our other dog Comet got it on her tail. Took about a year before it all came off.
Katrina & Dan Martin71'bus "Homer"
On Jul 14, 2007, at 2:09 PM, vw1971 wrote:
stay tuned .. Im still trying to get it off my fingers for the last 3 days .........this is too funny.....