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jalopeno juice

springclean

Posted 1:19 pm, 05/27/2014

This has happened to me before!! Ugh nothing worked

scrawlspace

Posted 11:01 am, 05/27/2014

Always recommended to wear gloves when preparing hot peppers. But open some Vitamin E capsules and put the oil on your hands.

Wrestling Grandpa

Posted 6:32 am, 05/27/2014

The acidity in those chili's get into the pores of your hand...its always best to use gloves when cutting chili's and also making salsa...

chendo

Posted 10:20 pm, 05/26/2014

Don't touch your privates...or mine

Peridot-48

Posted 10:20 pm, 05/26/2014

I know that eating them will make your mouth burn and I drink milk to cool it off !...maybe dipping them in milk may help...yes next time use gloves. !

chendo

Posted 10:19 pm, 05/26/2014

Milk

antithesis

Posted 10:15 pm, 05/26/2014

Urgh, don't listen to these people. Toothpaste is WAY too expensive!

Plain old milk neutralizes the acid, almost immediately.

youlie

Posted 10:11 pm, 05/26/2014

Amputate

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 10:07 pm, 05/26/2014

Satan

Posted 10:06 pm, 05/26/2014

BlueRidgeGuy (view profile)

" I'm definitely trying toothpaste"
Don't get any in your eyes.

or on your tooth

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 10:03 pm, 05/26/2014

" I'm definitely trying toothpaste"

Don't get any in your eyes.

Clean it up

Posted 10:03 pm, 05/26/2014

I don't see how it could burn unless you have open cuts on your hands......or very thin skin. Lol

BlueIvy

Posted 10:01 pm, 05/26/2014

I'm so wearing gloves next time! Thanks for the advice, I'm definitely trying toothpaste, at this point anything.

Satan

Posted 9:55 pm, 05/26/2014

lots of soap and water

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 9:55 pm, 05/26/2014

Why didn't you wear gloves?

~glitter and glamour~

Posted 9:54 pm, 05/26/2014

Cover your hands in toothpaste. It will draw out the fire....not gel, but a paste.

BlueIvy

Posted 9:52 pm, 05/26/2014

My hands have been burning for a few hours, from cutting jalopeno's. Any advice on what I can use to stop the burning?

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