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Band-Aid Tough-Strips Waterproof Bandages, Extra Large 10 ea

 
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Band-Aid Tough-Strips Waterproof Bandages, Extra Large, 10 ea
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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67%

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        4.0

        Good but must use right

        By Bdamom

        from Bermuda

        describe yourself CPR Trained, Formernursenowteachermom

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Effective
        • Promotes Healing
        • Safe

        Cons

        • Can Be Tricky To Put On

        Best Uses

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

        Comments about Band-Aid Tough-Strips Waterproof Bandages, Extra Large, 10 ea:

        I have a very active & accident prone athletic 9 yo daughter. I also teach primary school. These bandaids have great adhesion and staying power. My only suggestion is that you thoroughly clean the cut & the entire area around it, especially where the tape of the bandaids will be sticking. This ensures a proper seal and will allow the bandage to stay on & help the cut heal. They are great for active kids.

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        5.0

        terrific

        By stevesxm

        from carribean

        describe yourself Novice First Aid Skills

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Effective

        Cons

          Best Uses

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

          Comments about Band-Aid Tough-Strips Waterproof Bandages, Extra Large, 10 ea:

          i have two issues... a long term wound that needs dressing routinely plus the fact that i work in a hostile environment and can get cut sometimes. for long term i can use these and they get wet and yet hang in there brilliantly. for casual injury the are big and do a complete wrap and apply a lot of force if you need it and stand up great. no complaints here at all.

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          1.0

          Waterproof? Not!

          By breadmaker

          from Summerfield, Florida

          describe yourself Active lifestyle, Parent, Senior Adult

          Pros

            Cons

            • Difficult to Use
            • Doesn't Alleviate Pain
            • Ineffective
            • They are not waterproof

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              Comments about Band-Aid Tough-Strips Waterproof Bandages, Extra Large, 10 ea:

              This was purchased because of a large burn across the thumb area of my hand. It had to be flexible and big enough to cover. Because I am active, I wanted something that would stay on when wet. This was a big disappointment. I must use many a day and am constantly pressing down on it to make it stay on. When it comes off, there are sticky strings (from the "quilting") on my hand. I definitely will not buy these again.

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