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So I’ve been a painter for about 3 years, residential and commercial...so I’ve done a lot of puttying base and trim and caulking .. i was taught to putty by balling up the putty in one hand filling holes with the other wiping excess with a rag and taught to caulk with the gun my finger and rag also. All of a sudden today i see on the back on my caulk that it says caution contains ethylene glycol or something like that but it says caution do not get on your skin , so then I’m curious be look at my patch n paint putty it also says do not get on your skin? Wtf lol .. should i not be getting this stuff on my skin? Do you guys putty or caulk without getting this stuff all over your hands? Have you ever heard of some negative health reaction from doing it this way ? Or should i just keep doing it how I’m doing it.