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I had a bad accident in the shop today and as I stood there with the right side of my pant leg half soaked looking at the puddle on the shop floor slowly flowing to remind that floor is not perfectly level, I had to laugh and be thankful to God that I had only knocked off the can of stain I was using. I was so thankful it was only a stupid mistake that caused a huge mess and not a mistake that caused bodily harm!

Just a reminder to be safe in the shop this holiday season! It only takes a split second.

It's surprising how much stain a little can of Min Wax holds. My wife laughed as she saw me walking out of the shop wearing only a t-shirt, underwear, socks, and latex gloves. I forget the comment she made, it was funny but that is probably for the best that I don't recall.

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Geez you scared me Jim as I thought you were referring to blood . Thanks for the heads up but its to cold to work in my shop so I'm safe till march regardless lol

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Glad to hear that it was only a little stain and some pants that took the worst of it....

A EXCELLENT reminder to all, especially around this time of year, when so many are so busy in the shop....

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Oh no! I'm getting a mental picture!

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"You've stained your pants!"

Yikes! Where's the eye bleach!!" LOL
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At first, I thought OMG,BLOOD!
Then, as I read further, I figured it was some other bodily fluid. That happens when you are reeeely scared, you know.
I was quite relieved that is was just a can of stain. Whew!

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"You've stained your pants!"

Yikes! Where's the eye bleach!!" LOL
World class skid marks???

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Thanks for reminding us, Jim.

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When my sister and I do dumb things we call ourselves an ODA (Old Dumb A**). In our younger days it was just DA but we have gotten older. Glad you weren't hurt, and you are right about being careful. It only take a second for accidents to occur. Malcolm / Kentucky USA
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Could have been worse, you could have had only your latex gloves.
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