Honey Helps keep it less infected! and helps it heal faster!
I work in a CNC machine shop. A few years ago I was setting up a CNC lathe and I had a brand new 1 inch drill that I was putting into the holder. The drill was held in the holder with 2 6 mm allen head bolts. I was trying to break the bolts loose and the allen wrench broke anyways, the side of my hand came down right on the flute of the drill and cut it down to the bone blood everywhere! It took 10 outside stitches and 6 inner stitches to close it up. It is still numb there where the cut was.
Since I work with sharp metal things all the time, I make sure I am VERY careful because it is way too easy to get careless and get injured. Be very careful when working with drills, etc...don't get in a hurry or take shortcuts or get lazy or you will get hurt.
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Here's another good bad example. During the winter about two years ago, a guy here in town brought his motorcycle into his house to work on . It was cold and he had run out of daylight and decided the kitchen would be a good place to work on the carberator and fuel lines. Well he was about 5' from his wall furnace which, being an old make, still used a pilot light to ignite the burners. He was pretty badly burned and his house and motorcycle were destroyed. The good news is the carburator and fuel lines were no longer a problem.Originally Posted by [b
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