Discussion in 'Shop Safety' started by Farmer Mike, Mar 26, 2012.
Should be worn when using deburring tools or any other sharp object.
Boy do I know that. Still have the scars from working at the machine shop. Nobody told me Stainless is crazy sharp after you cut it.
"But your arm is off! Nee, 'tis but a scratch!"
True it is a scratch. 3/4 long, down about a 1/16 but I tell you it's d..n sore this morning. The end of the tool is blunt before the edge starts. That's what got me.
I'm ashamed of you all for not getting the reference there.. haha... But yeah I've got hands made of ground beef so I feel your pain.. haha.. Good thing chicks (my wife! lol) dig scars...
Be careful wearing cloth gloves around power tools. Years ago my friend was wearing brown jersey gloves cleaning valves on the bench grinder wire wheel, snagged the glove and drug his hand in. Painful damage to his signal finger, more than "just a flesh wound".
Leather, not just for motorcyclist's!
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