Disclaimer: in the immortal words of our friend, Glen Conley, Stop Rot is not sold nor intended for medicinal purposes - but DAMN does it work well on many things. My wife has this love of a Delaware delicacy, SCRAPPLE, for breakfast. And the "only way" to prepare it is fry it in a shallow pan until crisp. (Personally, I refuse to eat things that resemble things I've stepped in but it's nothing more than "cornmeal mush" we Southerners used to eat.) Anyway, I'm frying this scrapple and it's starting to burn on one side (perfect for crispness). I take the spatula and begin to flip it when I hit a spot stuck to the pan. I tilted the pan slightly to get some leverage on the spatula and scraped it free. It rolled over before I knew it and sloshed the hot grease up on to my right thumb, forefinger and the webbing in between. I immediately poured cold milk on the wound, but I knew there were serious burns. I quickly had issues actually opening my hand up as the webbing was really burning. I headed to the shop and grabbed my trusty spray bottle filled with Stop Rot. I sprayed the area heavily. I followed this up about 10 minutes later with another spritz and the pain started to subside. During the day yesterday, I repeated the treatment about 4 times. Today, the ONLY red spot is about the size of a AA battery end and it's on the top side of my thumb. There is virtually no discoloration anywhere else on my hand and there's no pain at all anywhere. The red spot on my thumb has yet to form a blister. Now there was some fool on here earlier saying that Stop Rot was a gimmick and that the chemicals could be bought at the local hardware store. Please don't be deceived. Whatever this fluid is that Glen Conley came up with, it is one of the best topical treatments you can find. I've used it on insect bites, poison ivy, even skunk odor. I've sprayed minor cuts and the healing time was halved. I've sprayed it on my grandchildren's sunburn and the stinging not only went away, the skin never peeled. If you read some of the tests Glen conducted, you'll think it's snake oil but the results are nothing short of miraculous. Before he died, I asked him why he hadn't sold it to the medical market and, as only Glen could say, he knew they'd take 7 to 10 years of "testing" to get it there and he figured that taxidermists could use the help immediately. You see, it stops a hide from slipping down the road and it prevents the flesh from rotting. I don't know the microbiology of how it works, but I know from personal experience IT DOES. If you don't have at least one bottle of Stop Rot in your shop, you're missing out on a wonder ingredient.