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Thanks for that additional information.The mercury would just run out of your eye area and not cause much of a problem at all.
A piece of plastic could scratch or cut your eye but otherwise is pretty inert and non toxic.
So. In a nut shell? Neither of these things should cause much, if any, clinical ocular problems.
Does this make sense to you?
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No. Mercury is not instantly toxic on contact. We used to play with it in highschool for hours and we all turned out ok.
Melted plastic is not going to hurt you either, unless it burns you.
You need not worry about this.
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