It isn’t quite the same as a fire burn; cold “burns” are actually damage to the skin caused by cold. Frostbite is one example.
Propane is stored as a cold liquid, and as it vaporizes and can cause freezing damage– or cold burns– to your skin.
You can also get what’s called a “chemcial burn” from chemicals that are either very strong acids or bases. I wanted to throw that in there since it goes along with the whole “substance that burns your skin but isn’t hot” idea.
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