Wash exposed area with plenty of soap and water. Repeat washing. Remove contaminated clothing and wash thoroughly before reuse. If irritation persists consult a physician.
Flush immediately with copious amounts of tap water or normal saline solution for a minimum of 15 minutes. Take exposed individual to a physician, preferably an ophthalmologist, for further evaluation.
DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse mouth with copious amounts of water or milk, first. Irrigate the esophagus and dilute stomach contents by slowly giving one (1) or two (2) glasses of water or milk. In cases where the individual is semi-comatose, comatose or convulsing, DO NOT GIVE FLUIDS BY MOUTH. In case of unintentional ingestion of the product, seek medical assistance immediately;
take individual to nearest medical facility.
If exposure by inhalation is suspected, immediately move exposed individual to fresh air. If individual experiences nausea, headache, dizziness, has difficulty in breathing or is cyanotic, seek medical attention immediately. If breathing is abnormal, ventilate the lungs with 100% humidified oxygen for 30 minutes every hour until symptom subside.
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
No product specific antidote is known. Probable mucosal damage may contraindicate the use of gastric lavage. Treat symptoms.