I've been making soap a little more than a year and I've had a few accidents but, I wasn't burned. I had mixed the lye and oils in a batch and was working it to trace when I spilled about half the batch in my lap. At first, I thought my pants had saved me. I stripped them off and threw them n the garage sink. About the time I got back, i could tell that I was in trouble. So I ran for the shower where we have a hand held nozzle. I sprayed one leg then the other. For a while, I was switching back and forth between legs pretty quickly but, it got better soon. One thing I noticed is that the oils were still on my legs. I'm not sure it was the right thing to do but, I washed them off with soap hoping that would make the water get the lye better. That might have been the wrong thing to do but, it seemed to help. The other thing I noticed as time went on is that places I didn't think were exposed initially, started to burn so I sprayed them too. I was in the shower about 30 minutes. The best thing to do is avoid this situation. However, if something like this does happen to you, spend more time rinsing than you think you need. I'm sure there are others with worse stories to tell. I'm just posting this to remind everyone to be careful and to get any advice others have to offer.