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    Super glue is the truth for finger cuts, that or 3m electrical tape.... You probably have both .

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    I did (as my Dad would say) "that same fool thing" a year or so ago... probably 2. Drying a razor with TP and sliced it damn near in half. Cut the thumbnail and everything. I probably should have had it stitched up but if I got stitches every time I should I'd turn into 2.0 silk. My kids used to play count the scars on Daddy's head. At least razor cut don't normally leave a bad scar.

    That one is going to stick with you for a while. Hate that one for ya Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfk742 View Post
    Super glue is the truth for finger cuts, that or 3m electrical tape.... You probably have both .
    Does the superglue hurt much?

    I suppose it shouldn't be too bad, after all it was first used as a surgical glue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulFLUS View Post
    I did (as my Dad would say) "that same fool thing" a year or so ago... probably 2. Drying a razor with TP and sliced it damn near in half. Cut the thumbnail and everything. I probably should have had it stitched up but if I got stitches every time I should I'd turn into 2.0 silk. My kids used to play count the scars on Daddy's head. At least razor cut don't normally leave a bad scar.

    That one is going to stick with you for a while. Hate that one for ya Steve.
    When you hurt yoursel you are probably a lot braver than me.
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    Well, it is sort of a hobby of mine.

    Electrical tape and take out napkins = workman's bandage
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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    Does the superglue hurt much?

    I suppose it shouldn't be too bad, after all it was first used as a surgical glue.
    I'll be honest, I've never tried it because I always superglue myself to my work and acetone does hurt in open wounds. I've always just used butterfly bandages.

    But, I did hear a doctor asked about it once and pointed out that a surgical glue is used in a sterile environment and sterilized wound. So, it maybe something to consider or to not mention to the wife.

    Shrug, I've always been more of the making tape and paper towels and hope the bleeding stops before the job's done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by planeden View Post
    I'll be honest, I've never tried it because I always superglue myself to my work and acetone does hurt in open wounds. I've always just used butterfly bandages.

    But, I did hear a doctor asked about it once and pointed out that a surgical glue is used in a sterile environment and sterilized wound. So, it maybe something to consider or to not mention to the wife.

    Shrug, I've always been more of the making tape and paper towels and hope the bleeding stops before the job's done.
    Actually I've figured out the best course of action.
    Move over coffee, this is a job for alcohol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by STF View Post
    Hi Dave, now I know where the cut of the day thread is, do you think you could move this one there for me please?
    Did it.
    Had to figure out this mod stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
    Did it.
    Had to figure out this mod stuff.
    Thanks Dave
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    Super glue is great stuff. I've even used it on finger nails that split and tore into my skin.

    Cut um off close, glue the split so it won't get caught on things, like pants pockets.
    Mike

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