As all machinist know, chips and swarf are very sharp! I do lots of stainless steel and end up with little razor blades everywhere, thus it is almost inevitable that cuts are a regular occurrence. I found out a few years ago that super glue is a machinists best friend when it comes to little cuts everywhere. The best part about super glue is once you seal up your little slice, the cut is virtually pain-free because there is no opening and closing of your wound. This also keeps all the gunk out of them. A popular saying is to "rub some dirt and oil on it" if your a man. Well call me a women then because I prefer to be infection free! I've never done much in the way of scientific testing, but superglued cuts usually heal up in a day or two in my experience. Keep in mind, I'm talking about small cuts, bigger than paper cuts, smaller than giant lacerations. Here is what I use. I keep two or three bottles of this around the shop, it's especially convenient because it has a little brush on it too. Although, I have used others that are a little more flexible when they dry up, but can't remember exactly what brand. Regardless, they both dry up in about 30 seconds and your off to machining again. Another problem that I am running into all-to-often is little stainless slivers. You know the type; the ones that catch every time your rub it up agains something and make you rethink your hobby. Well I found that regular tweezers are usually no help to me, but found these guys while browsing amazon; They are called "Uncle Bill's Sliver Grippers". Here's a link, a tad bit spendy but worth every penny in my opinion. They come to a super sharp point so it's easy to grab tiny slivers with them, and my favorite thing is that they come with a genius little clip that I keep on my keys so I never lose them. Does anyone else have any tricks up their sleeves for tiny little death dealers?