7/15/2011 3:44:56 PM
I was wondering if anyone has ever experienced a
heat sensation on skin from using circa.
Yesterday i was stripping a dresser a good part of
the day.I was using gloves recommended for stripping
and i felt a heat sensation through there.
Today a have heat flashes in different areas of my
So my question is is CIRCA toxic to a body even when
7/16/2011 7:50:08 AM
It is always a good idea to have at least two pairs of stripping
gloves. As soon as you feel a sensation, remove the gloves
and put on another pair. Allow the original pair to aerate.
There may also be small holes in the glove (especially if
doing hand stripping with steel wool) that is allowing solvent
The only gloves that are completely impermeable to solvents
are very thick (approx. $30) viton gloves.
Circa 1850 strippers are non-toxic by skin absorption, but you
may have had a reaction to the exposure. It would be prudent
to avoid any further exposure until the symptoms subside.
9/16/2011 8:17:14 PM
Would circa 1850 lemon oil polish be toxic to my canary, who is very precious to me? Thanks. Sunshine's owner.
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