This blogger knows that many Geek Native readers have a thing for science. Good science. Clever science. You know, the sort of science that interests itself in working out how resistant household objects are to sulphuric acid.
It’s an every day problem – sudden streams of sulphuric acid spraying out in the flat – so it’s useful to know what sort of material would provide good cover. As it turns out, a wet sponge is not good armour against a sulphuric acid attack.