Is spraying axe spray in your eyes very toxic?
I dont know, but how about you stop being an idoit and just avoid spraying it in your eyes.
Spray could very well go into your eyes by accident so they have no-spray better to prevent spraying in eyes Read More
It is very unlikely he is spraying specifically because your dog is on heat. However, any stressful factors can cause cats to spray, and the dog's mood changes and unusual smells may be causing the spraying behaviour. Entire male cats are very likely to spray for no specific reason, and tom cats should always be neutered. A vet can give you advice on neutering, and on products or environmental changes to help reduce spraying. Read More
Yes, hiking is fun. Bring bee nest spray to spray in the eyes of a bear or cougar if they are about to attack you because you have to be very close to them to spray their eyes with pepper spray. Or hike in a safe area. Read More
DDT is toxic and is destroyed naturally in the environment only after a very long time. Read More
My pregnant cockatiel has been looking very dirty lately and I'm wondering if it's okay to spray her with water from a spray bottle?
it is okay to spray her. as long as it is a clean spray bottle, and if you're not sure you can even buy a new one. and make sure it is water that you are spraying Read More
yes, because bug spray has a venom in it that is very toxic to flies, ants, roaches, spiders,etc. if you spray bug spray on a fruit fly, the fly will die in about 1 minute. Read More
Y ou can get them a litter box! also you can get a tiny squirt gun and squirt a very small amount if they try to spray. Read More
technically they still can. however, after he has been neutered his desire or urge to spray goes way down. Typically neutering will help to stop the spraying. However, a cat that has been neutered before reaching sexual maturity (around six months old), it is very unlikely the cat will ever start spraying. Read More
Contact your vet before using any substances - there are certain chemicals that would be very toxic to your dog. Read More
This would depend on the type used. In newer homes, soy or bio-based spray insulation is being used that is non-toxic and earth friendly. But that is nowhere near the norm. Most spray foam insulation is made from toxic chemicals and can be very harmful if ingested. Read More
Yes. Spraying is a way of marking territory, and both male and female cats are very territorial. Except when a female is in heat, a male cat considers her no more than another intruder on his hunting grounds, and will spray to mark his turf. Read More
Some success with curing rabbits from spraying has been achieved by 'spraying' them back with a spray bottle filled with water. Perhaps it would pay to determine why he is spraying. Is he spraying because he has a competitive buck housed too close to him? Does he not like certain smells (we had a rabbit that sprayed my husband EVERYTIME he wore a certain aftershave?) Or is he just one of those nasty bucks? If… Read More
Very, very cruel things such as : spraying chemicals in their cage (which could also kill them), poking their eyes really hard (once again the pain an lead to death), flashing a super bright light in their poor eyes. I hope you don't do any of these D: Read More
You can use muriatic acid, BUT it is VERY toxic in vapour form. Wear mask, goggles and good rubber gloves. Read More
Answer: Only male cats spray so you won't have any trouble with your female cat. Answer: Actually, both genders will, and do, spray. An intact (not neutered) female cat usually doesn't spray as much as an intact male, but they will spray to advertise themselves to any passing male that they are on heat and ready to mate. If your cat is spayed, and hasn't got any history of spraying, then it is very unlikely… Read More
Get expensive spray paint in the can, not the cheap stuff. And first scrub the iron of all dirt and put a thin layer of spray let it dry and repeat. Place cardboard behind the fence and tape up anthing that you do not want to become the color you are spraying. Very in expensive and easy to do yourself. Read More
To the best of my knowledge, nothing enjoys being sprayed with pepper spray. Pepper spray is a very potent chemical deterrent. If sprayed at a raccoon, it should make them stop in their tracks because of the pain that it causes when it comes into contact with skin and eyes. So to answer your question directly, no raccoons do not like pepper spray. Read More
when magnesium ribbon is lit on fire it will produce a very bright light that is bad for your eyes and will emit a toxic gas Read More
Well ant traps are a very dear thing these days. So i would recomend using a vanish oxy action and spray the ants from your peach trees. And while you are spraying them, shout ( DIE MODA ****** ) Read More
It depends on the type of weedkiller. However, the majority of weedkillers are very toxic, and the lethal dose for small insects is not very high. If the spray for the weedkiller has a foaming nozzle, use that. It will coat the nest and wasps, making it more difficult for them to fly and will kill them exceptionally quickly when they try to clean themselves. From personal experience, spraying anything works best at dusk when… Read More
Ingesting lye is very toxic and can cause death if you do not seek medical treatment right away. It can affect your skin, heart, blood, eyes, ears, nose, throat, airway, lungs, and stomach. Read More
Yes, male cats do spray out of their butts. They spray to mark their territory. The spray will smell very badly. Read More
No they are not. Magic markers are very low toxic vertion withch means that if I am not mistaking it is 13%toxic and 97%not toxic. Read More
If your hair spray isn't spraying anymore would putting it in the mircrowave get more out of itIm short on money and don't have a job?
If you put an aerosol can in the microwave it will EXPLODE. That is a very dangerous thing to do! Sometimes you can get more out of a can if you run the button under warm tap water for a minute or two. Read More
Skunks can emit a very bad smelling spray as a means of self defense, and there is generally some degree of lingering odor even when they are not actively spraying. And as Loudon Wainright III once famously observed, dead skunks stink to high heaven. Read More
Cats spray to communicate and they communicate in different ways so a cat will spray for different reasons. The main reason that they spray is because they are not spayed or neutered. Spaying or neutering your cat helps in most cases of spraying (both male and females can spray). If your cat is fixed and STILL sprays it is either marking its territory or stressed. Cat spray contains pheromones, which sends messages during mating seasons… Read More
don't go there! Don't mix Clorox bleach with ANYTHING!! It creates very toxic fumes that will make you sick and could permanently injure your eyes Read More
When fly fishing in very cold streams in winter how do you keep your guides from freezing up and choking the line?
When temperatures are below freezing and you find yourself out on the river fly fishing, there are a variety of products and techniques to use to prevent your guides from freezing solid. Most fly fishermen already own dry fly floatants. The same pastes, gels, and silicas that keep your dry flies floating for hours can also provide a temporary stop gap to prevent ice buildup. Household products like chapstick, vaseline, and even WD-40 will also… Read More
It depends on the type of paint ... if it is modern spray paint (without lead) and is already applied than you are fine ... if it has lead, it won't be very long before your health is affected. But what you don't want to do is take the thing and put your nose near the nozzle and smell it while spraying because all the chemicals are coming out and that's harmful to your health. Read More
Very toxic. Do not inhale, it deplets the oxygen. Read More
Yes. It is very toxic to especially small children. Read More
Recently moved about 200 feet from a Cherry Orchard-- when they spray pesticides the stink is very bad and sometimes you find residue-- what is the acceptable limit for pesticide drift?
It depends on where you live. Farmers and orchardists should ensure that weather conditions are such that there is no appreciable drift to neighbouring properties. Surprisingly there are few juristrictions that actually say what appreciable means and of course will depend on the pesticide. If they are spraying with sulphur which stinks but is not really harmful (it is considered organic and is used to kill fungus it will smell like rotten eggs.) then you… Read More
No. Skunks spray when they feel very threatened. Read More
Pepper spray is very potent. Just the inhalation of some aerosolized pepper spray can be a significant irritant to many people. It irritates the mucus membranes... can cause some moderate difficulty breathing, coughing, burning sensation in the eyes, nose, and mouth. Also, it will irritate the skin as well. However, this discomfort is mild compared to being sprayed directly in the eyes. Best treatment for pepper spray is water... and lots of it. Some even… Read More
The Toxic Symbol means that the liquid is very toxic and may bed rid you for months or kill you. Read More
Vitamin A & Vitamin D are most toxic, and also vitamin E is very toxic. Read More
You can either use a crimping iron, or part your hair into 4 sections and braid each. Also, to crimp your hair you can divide hair into 4-6 sections (depending on how thick your hair is) after a shower or if your hair is wet and then braid them very tightly and then leave it in and keep spraying hair spray on it every like 5 min. for 20 minutes and then leave it in… Read More
Buckeye seeds contain high amounts of tannic acid, which makes them slightly toxic, and very bitter. They can be safely prepared in any way that you would acorns. Read More
Flea spray will kill them (but be very careful of the cats eyes!). BUT I would use Hydrogen Peroxide to kill the infection and clean the wound that the maggots are in. Then use Neosporin Ointment on it. Tabbi Read More
Toxic waste can be helpful in a very few special situations. Toxic waste can be used to kill unwanted organisms. Read More
Fisheye occurs when there is water in the line or other contaminants on the surface. If you're spraying, buy a line dryer for the spray gun. You can get an inexpensive inline dryer to put just before your spray gun. They're available at most auto paint stores. If it's caused by contaminants on the stock, make sure you sand well enough. I prefer a 600 grit wet paper between coats, especially if I'm doing fine… Read More