Removing Fiberglass Splinters?

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When handling fiberglass insulation or fiberglass batting, it is not unusual for glass fibers to become embedded in your skin. These can be painful and may become infected. One method to remove them is to soak your hands in warm soapy water. If it is only one or two fibers you can remove them simply with tweezers, but it may require a magnifying glass to spot them.
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To remove a splinter I usually use a sewing needle and a pair of tweezers. Using the needle you can usually get the splinter to come up above the skin. Then you use the tweezers to
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Wash your hands and the splinter area with soap and water.
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