The best I can tell so far with this is the bad news.. You're going to die. The good news however is it's probably not going to happen right away. There's a very real risk of death every single day you get out of bed and we could require warning labels on your ceiling to inform you of the many risks you'll face climbing out from under the covers, but you know...
I've worked with chemicals throughout my life that have killed people and I've known guys who became deathly ill being around them, but so far I've been pretty damn lucky and have remained relatively unscathed from spraying paints and coatings with some pretty gnarly stuff in them.
It's a half dozen of one and six of the other with this stuff.
Heck, just check out the gazillion warnings on food labels and most every household product and if you take them all to heart you'll stop eating, breathing, wiping your butt and sitting down longer than 15 seconds a day. Do the best you can and accept the very real risks of living because in the end something is going to kill you.
There is a very real risk of using almost any product. It's how the world operates. There are no guarantees with any of them. That horrible chemical dihydrogen monoxide kills millions of people, but you just can't live without it.
I think the key to it all is moderation.. Don't eat a plane.. Sure, you can sprinkle salt on it, but it's still not going to go down very good with a glass of wine..
I figured it's time to change my signature so hold your breath. This is it.
Marty or Marty Farty if you feel mean.
Last edited by allpurpose; 03-30-2018 at 12:04 AM.