Pepper spray is a lachrymatory agent used in policing, riot control, crowd control,
against protestors, and personal self-defense, ...
Oct 13, 2016 ... If you've been accidentally sprayed with pepper spray or for that matter any
defense spray, the first thing you'll want to know is how to get it off.
Find a pepper spray antidote to lessen the burning side effects and first aid for ...
better than any of the OC decontamination treatment products on the market.
It tends to mitigate the pain of the pepper spray but doesn't remove it as well as a
good ... It is unknown whether MOFIBA is an effective treatment at this time.
So I get OC'd tomorrow at 9am EST for my police academy training. What's better
? Baby Shampoo or 75% water/25% dawn? Anything you ...
Oct 6, 2015 ... Pepper spray produces an extremely strong burning sensation in the eyes, ...
difficulties and you should get emergency medical treatment.
Follow this 10 step pepper spray treatment process. Our infographic adds a
simple visual aid and quick reference. Read more: how to neutralize pepper
Exposure to pepper spray affects people differently, but in general, the spray acts
as an inflammatory agent causing an extreme burning sensation to the eyes, ...
Apr 8, 2010 ... The main ingredient in pepper spray is capsaicin. It may cause a severe burning
sensation if it comes in contact with skin. Know more on the ...
For pepper spray on eyes use L.A.W. (liquid antacid and water) ... pain is effective
, particularly in early treatment of exposure to refined capsaicin." For pepper ...