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Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch) 100 ea

 
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Unique, long lasting adhesive helps BAND-AID Brand bandages stay on to keep cuts clean.

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Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea
 
4.7

(based on 60 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (51)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (42)
  • Effective (40)
  • Promotes healing (34)
  • Safe (24)
  • Soothing (6)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Keep in the medicine cabinet (40)
    • Emergency preparedness (26)
    • Quick fix (25)
    • Long term use (21)
    • Outdoor activities (20)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Novice first aid skills (16), Parent (15), CPR trained (10)
      • Primary use:
      • Personal (50)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    The only bandages my family uses

    These bandages are the best! They stay on, are comfortable, and are nice and big. I like that the pad goes all the way to the edge of the adhesive so the sticky...Read complete review

    These bandages are the best! They stay on, are comfortable, and are nice and big. I like that the pad goes all the way to the edge of the adhesive so the sticky part can't touch the edge of the wound. They are great for feet if your shoes are rubbing or uncomfortable. Super stretchy to fit curves and flexible for fingers. I trim them down if I need a smaller bandage.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    These fray quickly

    I find I don't get a bad reaction to the fabric-type bandages. Usually I get store brand, but this time found these Band Aid brand for a good price. Sadly, threads start to...Read complete review

    I find I don't get a bad reaction to the fabric-type bandages. Usually I get store brand, but this time found these Band Aid brand for a good price. Sadly, threads start to come loose from the edge of the band aids almost immediately and they look very messy.

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    5.0

    Great Product of Allergy Sufferers

    By Dottie

    from Palmyra, PA

    describe yourself Novice First Aid Skills

    See all my reviews

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Effective
    • Promotes Healing
    • Safe
    • Soothing

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Keep In The Medicine Cabinet
      • Long Term Use
      • Outdoor Activities
      • Quick Fix

      Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

      The fabric is truly not allergenic, and the wound covering is generous in size.

      • Primary use:
      • Personal
       
      5.0

      Great flexible bandaid

      By Mom of two

      from Connecticut.

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Just A Bit Wider 1 Inch

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Covers The Sore Well

        Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

        Because it's a bit wider, it covers without tape sticking to the wound. I keep this box of 100 on hand whenever I can find them. Recommend.

        • Primary use:
        • Personal
         
        4.0

        My favorite....

        By SC prod review

        from Santa Clara, CA

        See all my reviews

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

              Love the flexibility to be able to move your 'body part' even though it has a band-aid tightly wrapped around. :) The best 'sticking' band-aid I have tried and I've tried TONS of different manufacterers over the years. Also, glad that I can buy in the one size in a LARGE box, since I usually have the need for this size v/s the miniscule ones that just gets tossed over time.

              • Primary use:
              • Personal
               
              4.0

              LIKE ALL ONE SIZE

              By Dr. H.

              from St. Louis, MO

              describe yourself CPR Trained, Parent

              See all my reviews

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Effective
              • Promotes Healing
              • Safe
              • Soothing

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Keep In The Medicine Cabinet
                • Long Term Use
                • Outdoor Activities
                • Quick Fix

                Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                Glad to have all one size in one box. Felt like I was being robbed with a box that had multiple sizes that I couldn't use. You can use this size for just about any mishap.

                • Primary use:
                • Personal
                 
                5.0

                The best bandaid out there by far.

                By Cat Geek

                from Silicon Valley, CA

                describe yourself Delicate Skin, Experienced In Wound Care, Parent, Scratch Easily

                See all my reviews

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Can Wear In Shower
                • Easy on sensitive skin
                • Easy To Use
                • Effective
                • Flexible
                • Great Price Value
                • Perfect size
                • Promotes Healing
                • Stay On Well

                Cons

                • Won't Stick Over Lotion

                Best Uses

                • Easy Off After A Shower
                • Emergency Preparedness
                • Great Adhesion
                • In Suitcase For Traveling
                • Keep In The Medicine Cabinet
                • Keep in the purse
                • Long Term Use
                • Quick Fix
                • Stop From Scratching Scab

                Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                When I first bought a box of these I thought we would never go through them all. I was very wrong. It is amazing the number of small wounds that need a day of protection. Over the years since, I have purchased many more of these boxes of band-aids. I have tried other types, styles & shapes of band-aids; none come close to being as useful as these. If the injury is too large for this bandaid, I convert to gauze pads & Coban for anything equally as effective. I am sensitive to adhesives, but don't have a problem wearing these for a day or so. My skin tends to tear off, so I soak the bandaid for a while and that insures it will come off both the wound & the skin without damage. So you can avoid that "ripping" the band-aid off quickly experience if you want.

                • Primary use:
                • Personal
                 
                5.0

                Great product, great price

                By willardson46

                from Southern Calif.

                See all my reviews

                Pros

                • Stays on well

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                    It's hard to find quantity boxes of 1-inch Band-Aids at local stores, and you can't beat the price at this website. Wish Band-Aids were still made in the U.S. insted of China (or in a few cases, Brazil), but can hope that the U.S. based company is paying attention to quality control. Most other bandages are also made outside the U.S., so sticking with the best-known brand.

                    • Primary use:
                    • Personal
                     
                    5.0

                    The best of bandaids

                    By eeniea

                    from San Francisco

                    describe yourself CPR Trained, Medical Professional, Parent

                    See all my reviews

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Use
                    • Effective
                    • Promotes Healing
                    • Safe
                    • Soothing

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Emergency Preparedness
                      • Keep In The Medicine Cabinet
                      • Keep In The Trunk
                      • Quick Fix

                      Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                      The best thing about this bandaid is it's elasticity.

                      • Primary use:
                      • Personal
                       
                      5.0

                      Best Bandaid I've ever used

                      By Sarah Books

                      from Fort Wayne, IN

                      See all my reviews

                      Pros

                        Cons

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                            Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                            I love this bandaid! I had to use one on my thumb last night and it stayed on even after I did the dishes and took a shower!

                            • Primary use:
                            • Personal
                             
                            5.0

                            Hubby approved!!!

                            By catlady

                            from Vale, NC

                            describe yourself Budget Buyer

                            See all my reviews

                            Pros

                            • Effective
                            • Stays put

                            Cons

                            • None noted

                            Best Uses

                            • Any Small Injury

                            Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                            THE BEST overall bandage to have on hand for small cuts/burns/punctures. Great coverage for injuries as the gauze pad extends to the edge of the bandage and the bandage seems wider than most types/brands. These bandages stay in place to protect the skin, but are also flexible and work fantastic for fingers as well as other areas.
                            Hubby never comments on things like this, but did for these bandages...He loves them for his pitiful, split fingers and minor injuries that he gets while landscaping.
                            The value of 100 count bandages will keep you well-supplied for a good while.
                            The only small con (which I do not mind AT all) is that there may be a little adhesive residue left on the skin or nail after a day; however, the positive benefits FAR outweigh that small negative.
                            Hope that drugstore.com will NEVER discontinue this particular brand/style/quantity of bandages.

                             
                            5.0

                            Exactly what I ordered: arrived quickly

                            By alice108

                            from NJ

                            describe yourself Budget Buyer

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Good Value

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                                Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch), 100 ea:

                                I could not find these flexible fabric bandages any place. All of my stores stocked the tough strips which are thicker and a strange color. I found the ones I needed here at drugstore.com at a very reasonable price. I purchased 5 boxes because I am concerned that the Band-aid company is discontinuing the flexible fabric 1" Band-aids in the 100 pack box. Yes, these bandages are out there, but they are in boxes with other sizes. If you are lucky, you might get five 1" band-aids in the box. Due to a surgery, I need 2 every day. This was the best offer around and the delivery was very quick. Thanks drugstore.com!!

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                                Band-Aid® Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch)

                                 – Keep minor cuts and scrapes clean and safe from infection with Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages, All One Size (1 Inch). The pads feature Quiltvent® technology to wick away fluids. The adhesive strips are made with stretchable and comfortable Memory-Weave® fabric. They're guaranteed to be sterile, too, as long as the wrapper is unopened and undamaged.

                                Promoting Healing



                                Some people believe that a minor cut or scrape should be left uncovered so that the wound can be "aired out" and achieve better healing. However, extensive research has shown that even minor wounds may heal faster and better - with less likelihood of infection or scarring - if they are cleaned, treated and kept covered. This easy-to-follow, 3-step method begins with a thorough washing of the wound with mild soap and water. Next, an antibiotic spray or salve helps protect the wound from infection. Last, and just as important, the cut or scrape should be kept covered to prevent dirt and infecting agents from entering the wound and to also prevent rubbing, that may re-open a cut.

                                Over 90 Years of Band-Aid® Brand



                                The concept of a ready-made adhesive bandage was invented in 1920 by Josephine and Earle Dickson of New Brunswick, New Jersey. Instead of making each bandage by hand every time one was needed, Earle - who was a cotton buyer at Johnson & Johnson - took a longer strip of adhesive tape and placed a piece of gauze on the strip at intervals, protecting the pre-fabricated strip with a long piece of crinoline (an open-weave cotton fabric with a stiffening fill). Whenever a bandage was needed, all Josephine needed to do was cut a bandage to length, strip off the protective piece and apply it to the wound. The Band-Aid® was born!
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