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So there you go, my finger is now on the mend, I'm going to take a break from the house, was planning on patching and drywalling the kitchen, but I think I need a few days. The wound will most definitely heal, but I don't need to be getting grit and debris in my wound as it's healing.
I just did something similar slicing Italian Beef. Not healing as fast as I'd like.
holes to patch my holes in my plaster
I showed her and and the girls winced again and the Doxter lady winced and exclaimed.. "EWE!" "Uh yeah, I pretty much don't do stiches on fingers, there's just too many nerves."
When I had my finger ripped apart by a piece of broken glass the doc in the ER who was stitching it up was giddy with excitement at the opportunity to practice his craft.
I have a layer of what looks like durarock
What year was this house built? Are the walls original or did the durarock replace orginal lathe?
Sorry to de-rail your thread into an 'this old house' discussion. I was appropriately aghast at your injury.
I have a shit ton of trim that needs replacement but I haven't figured out how to drive in finishing nails without collateral damage.
Should go to an urgent care clinic if not emergency roomThey can clean it up and prescribe antibioticsThe clinics where I live in Florida panhandle charge $130 if you do not have insurance for urgent care like stitches, xrays, Rx prescription, flu treatment, etc
Waited for three hours in emergency for six stitches.
Somewhere in Hollywood Florida
Somewhere in Hollywood Floridamy box work, marvel at the service loops. I replaced every wire in my house. From the 14, 12, 10 and 6 wire. Had a 1 inch rigid pipe in the attic with 2 number 4 wires and a number 6. The two 4s were supplying the 240 to the inside panel, the green number 6 had white tape on it and was being used for the Neutral wire. The Ground was a wire screwed into the back of the old box and ran out back to the plumbing. So if the plumbing on that side of the house was to be replaced with PVC I would have had no ground. I ran 1 3/4 PVC pipe, got 3 number 2 wires and 1 number 6 wire and replaced the 12/24 100 amp box with a 20/40 200 amp box. I reran the AC, water heater, and dryer circuit as well. I am sure you know what you are doing, but I like connecting the ground buss to a sunken rebar pole using a green wire.
5K a year,
Now You're getting pathetic, I never said I filed bankruptcy, tell me when I ever said I filed for bankruptcy?