Funny that you mention that. I had to take my daughter to the dermatologist this morning to get some stitches out (she had a scary birthmark removed). I asked her about the blister. She gave me two options to do on my own. It was a freebie.
tlg,That's what I'm thinking. Must've dumped the entire volume real fast.
I use a screw on inflator that regulates the speed. Slowly crack it open and it never gets that cold.
ExChef and tlg, you are correct. I just got this inflator recently (a GI Air Chuck) and had never used it on the road. I was having problems getting it to trigger and once I did I dumped the whole thing at once. Before that I had one of the encased kind with an actual trigger.Have to ask, did you blow the entire cartridge in one shot or did you do short blasts?
If you do short blasts, the cartridge will get cold but not immediately below freezing like a sustained discharge will.
Good luck with your frost burn, hope it heals quickly and cleanly.
https://www.amazon.com/Planet-Bike-...d=1467415755&sr=8-1&keywords=red+zeppelin+co2I may pick up one of those sleeves. Seems like it would reduce noise in the saddlebag too. The thing is I did not even feel any pain until after the job was done.