This is slightly off-topic, but I'll share anyway. We are in the middle of our DIY kitchen facelift, and had a scary incident Tuesday night. My wife was cooking dinner and my 2 year old son was "helping" as he loves to do. Anyway, she was using the food processor to chop something and turned around briefly to check on the oven. When she did that, he stuck his arm down the chute of the processor while it was running. The blade cut off two of his fingertips. He was screaming, blood was shooting everywhere, and my wife was panicked. (I wasn't home). We spent the evening in the ER. After a lot of scary waiting and early predictions from doctors, it ended up not being too bad. They first thought we would have to go to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital for surgery. But after getting X-rays and consulting with the hand specialist, we got some good news. One finger only took off soft tissue and should heal up just fine. The other one took a sliver of the bone as well, so that one is more concerning. But the doctor says children that age have a remarkable ability to regrow and regenerate tissue, and even small amounts of bone. He thinks it will heal with only a minor deformity on the fingertip. They will check it again in a week, and evaluate whether surgery is necessary at that point.
We had a really tough 24 hours, but things are really looking up now.
To make this more relevant to the forum: If anyone is wondering whether blood or chunks of finger will stain Kashmir White Granite, the answer is No. Wipes right up!