How to Neutralize Pepper Spray?


There is no way to completely neutralize pepper spray. With this being said, the effects can be lessened. Tearing is an important factor in helping to neutralize pepper spray. Blinking can flush the spray from your eyes. It will relieve some pain. You can use a non-oily soap to remove it off of your face. A non-oily soap would be a dish detergent that is mild. A cold shower will also help the situation. The heat from the spray will have your pours open, so the cold shower will help cool the body down.
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1 Gather your materials (see things you'll need). Ad 2 Mix your ingredients together. You might want to mix the dry ingredients together first, then taste it to see how spicy it is,
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The first thing that you should do is make yourself less of a target. When walking around, do so in relatively busy areas. Pick 'safer' areas to walk in. If it is really that late
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How to Neutralize Pepper Spray
Pepper spray is an aerosol produced from cayenne peppers used for self-defense. The active ingredient is oleoresin capiscum. When sprayed in the eyes, this spray can cause temporary blindness, burning of the skin and difficulty breathing. The Chinese and... More »
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There is no way to completely neutralize pepper spray. The effect of the pepper can be minimized by treating the affected area with milk. The milk will help to soothe the area. But remember that only a small amount of the pepper spray will cause the burning to continue.
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