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    I was fixing a deodrant can and accidentally sprayed myself in the eye. It hurt and went red and so I washed it out. Not red anymore but it is definitely blurry. Suggestions/urgency?
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    Stop ****ing around with pressurised containers.
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    (Original post by beepbeeprichie)
    I was fixing a deodrant can and accidentally sprayed myself in the eye. It hurt and went red and so I washed it out. Not red anymore but it is definitely blurry. Suggestions/urgency?
    use it to blur other ppls eyes.cancels out...simples
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    If blurring persists for more than a day then phone GP.
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    (Original post by Cuddlemonster)
    Stop ****ing around with pressurised containers.
    I wasn't ****ing around with it like a 12 year old pyromaniac but fixing it.
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    Go to the doctors or something man, that sounds really serious!
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    Aren't you familiar with warnings placed on some spray cans?

    Precautions:
    Avoid contact with eyes...etc

    First Aid:
    • Rinse eyes immediately and thoroughly with plenty of water.
      Seek medical advice Immediately (consult a physician immediately!!!!!)
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    (Original post by JunePlum)
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    Aren't you familiar with warnings placed on some spray cans?
    I looked on the can (Tesco brand deodrant!) and it didn't say anything. And yeh I know it was pretty dumb to have it pointing at my face.
 
 
 
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