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Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by Jim, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

    No... not really... but I wanted to mention a product that has been very useful for me especially when I get my klutz on.


    On Christmas day I introduced my new Martell sugi's heel into the side of my thumb a good 3/8 of an inch deep- while the sink looked like a shot from the latest CSI episode I was back on task in 3 minutes.
    This stuff works great. Its cheap and easy to pack in your kit. Give it a shot I found it at CVS or available at the website above.
  2. James

    James smarter then your average duck Founding Member Gold Contributor

    You probably should have just PM'd this direct to me with the invite to the forum but Im glad I saw it before I needed it lol, probably works way better then an elmers glue stick
  3. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

  4. Christopher

    Christopher Founding Member

    Is that a similar product to quick clot?
  5. Spike

    Spike Founding Member

    When I stuck my thumb into the tablesaw blade I used some stuff very much like that and I made it to the ER conscious!
  6. Lefty

    Lefty Founding Member

    This could come in very handy....

  7. PierreRodrigue

    PierreRodrigue Tactical Walrus Founding Member

    I use super glue. Have a couple cuts that needed stitches. Couldn't see myself spending 4 hours at the emergency room, so CA to the rescue. Back to work minutes later.
  8. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

    Yes it is, quick clot is hard to find here, another product is Celox.
  9. Boris

    Boris Founding Member

    im a super glue guy for the most part, should check this out too
  10. Andy

    Andy Founding Member

    Looks like an interesting product, will have to check it out.
  11. Andrew

    Andrew Have Pen Will Travel Founding Member

    I'm definitely getting some of that for the kitchen, garage, and first aid kit. Thanks for the heads up!

  12. John Fout

    John Fout Founding Member

    Super glue is exothermic and while it work, It can burn your skin around the cut.

    I've used white pepper before... It hurt like hell but worked to help me get back on the cook line for a super busy holiday.

    I should probably just get some of this. My Pro Edge knife bag has enough pockets.
  13. Argonaut

    Argonaut People call me French sounding words Founding Member

    I'm going to get some that stuff. My wife has a suture kit and looks for excuses to use it.
  14. Maximus

    Maximus Founding Member

    Exothermic is good-cauterize a the bleeding vessels!
  15. Twistington

    Twistington Founding Member

    I use some kind of powder that your put on dog claws when you mess up and cut the claws too short, takes care of the bleeding quick and then you can ca-glue up the flimsy parts of the wound... good as new after that. :)
  16. Alacrity59

    Alacrity59 Founding Member

    Great post. Your kit should probably be reviewed annually. Stuff expires . . . instant hot and cold packs stop working clotting powders clump up self adhesive band-aids become hard to peel, hydrogen peroxide becomes water etc.
  17. Taz575

    Taz575 Founding Member

    I need to get some of that..I keep getting bit by the heels of a few knives constantly!!
  18. Legion

    Legion Founding Member

    CA glue guy (don't think I can get Jims stuff here). Hurts, but hurts less than a medical bill and a day off work. Just be sure to disinfect the wound with the most painful product handy first.

    Pain is a great teacher.
  19. Taz575

    Taz575 Founding Member

    I made the mistake of using very very thin superglue and squeezing the bottle a little too hard, a lot got on the finger/in the cut and started smoking...THAT was painful!! Now I use the thicker stuff or duct tape.
  20. Birnando

    Birnando Founding Member

    On smaller cuts I use a styptic powder or a styptic stick, but woundseal is phenomenal on the real gushers!

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