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thanks for that link, lovebug!
As for blocking off the area, it can't be done, but we can get some foam to wrap them in, I think there's stuff made to insulate hot water pipes specifically. They're all over the house.
I had no idea they could get hot enough to blister, though. I knew they got hot, but I tested them myself, and I guess there's just a minute or two when it could happen. (sigh...)
update- the TTO and the EMAB bottom balm must have been just the thing. He just woke up from his nap, and had pulled the bandage off (of course) and the whole areqa is MUCH less red, and the blisters look much smaller too. (heaves a huge sigh of relief!)
I will watch it very carefully, and we're going to Kmart soon, so we'll pick up some gauze and tape.
wife to and momma to my intact boys 06/19/06 and 10/10/08 We delayed/selective vax; constantly always Niemals Gewalt