“UV identifying dye - After spraying, this causes an “invisible” dye on the victim”
WAIT I thought I was the victim, that’s why someone got sprayed?
Maybe it means the victim of your wrath?
I think Wisconsin has 10% OC max, unless it got changed recently.
After spraying, this causes an “invisible” dye on the victim which enables law enforcement to successfully identify the victim in the case the victim attempts to wash off the substance.
Who the heck writes this stuff?
Probably the company but see if that’s better.
How safe is this stuff around a 2-3 year old who likes to get mommy’s keys out of her purse and play with them? Could a curious 2-3 year old discharge the spray?
All they would have to do is spin the thumb tab over like 45 degrees to where its then able to be pressed down, and considering I’ve seen two year olds get into basically everything in seconds, I’m going to say its not impossible