To get fiberglass out of skin, soak it in a mixture of 10 to 20 parts cool soapy water to one part bleach.
Scrub the glass with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth. Rinse the area off with cool soapy water, then gently dab dry with clean towel. Finally, apply an ointment or cream to calm down your skin.
If you get fiberglass into your skin, simply clean it up as described above, then cover the area with an adhesive bandage. Once the wound is healed, remove the bandage and patch kit and you should be good to go!
After you clean up the fiberglass, give it time to dry before using any tools in the area. Fiberglass can irritate your skin and eyes, so wear protective gear while removing or installing it.
To get fiberglass out of clothes, use a pair of tweezers to pull the fibers out. Then soak them in cool water; hot water will set the stains and make it much harder to remove.
Rub an enzyme-based laundry stain remover into the stained area. Let the item sit in direct sunlight for 30 minutes, or place it in a front-loading washer with hot water and a laundry detergent.
Wash the item as soon as possible with clean, hot water and detergent.
To keep fiberglass insulation from shedding, simply spray the material with a fixative before you install it. Fiberglass is not flammable but it does burn easily, so always remember to use proper flame-resistant insulation when working with hot materials.
So this is how to get fiberglass out of skin.