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  • 100-count Band-Aid Brand Sterile Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages for first aid and wound care protection of minor wounds, cuts, scrapes and burns. Adhesive bandages make a great addition to wound care supplies and first aid kits
  • Made with Memory Weave fabric for comfort and flexibility, these first aid bandages stretch, bend, and flex with your skin as you move, and include a Quilt-Aid Comfort Pad designed to cushion & protect painful wounds which may help prevent reinjury
  • These Band-Aid Brand Flexible Fabric adhesive bandages stay on for up to 24 hours and feature a unique Hurt-Free Pad that won’t stick to the wound as they wick away blood and fluids, allowing for gentle, pain-free removal
  • From the #1 doctor recommended bandage brand, Band-Aid Brand Sterile Fabric Adhesive Bandages help protect against dirt and germs that may cause infection for up to 24 hours. Plus, wounds covered with a bandage heal faster than uncovered wounds
  • A great addition to a first aid kit, apply flexible fabric bandages to clean, dry skin for minor wound care & change daily, when wet or as needed. For proper wound care, treat with wound an antibiotic ointment such as Neosporin prior to application
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    Shannon Murphy

    I started buying boxes of these individually packaged items for first aid kits. Now I’m hooked! We much prefer these individual packages over a tube of anything! It’s nice because we all have Altoid Tin first aid kits for purses. I also made a little larger first aid kits with some tins purchased here on amazon that are just a bit larger than an altoid tin. Those tins are 3-3/4 x 5 x 1-1/2. (see pictures attached). We have kits in purses, cars, desk, sports bags, etc. I even give kits away for free to my girlfriends, and we plan to make mini kits with the neighborhood kids this summer excluding some of the items I have pictured which are not appropriate for kids to handle….mostly they will have bandaids, lip balm, etc – we will let their parents decide what goes in their kit.) Purchasing tubes only allows for the product to be at home in the medicine cabinet. Having these individual packets allows us to carry everything with us everywhere. If we use something, we simply replace it when we get home. I can’t begin to tell you how handy this has been in just the month or so we have been carrying first aid kits. See pictures attached. I do have a few more items on order and there is plenty of room in my tin to add a few more things (additional bandages, pepto bismol, tylenol, benadryl, etc.) My 14 year old son was helping me cook and got a small burn on his hand while taking something out of the oven. We right away put cold water on it and this burn gel and it worked like a charm.

    July 7, 2022
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    Katlyn S.

    I like these because they are a little bigger and don’t “seal” around the ouchie and allow it to breath a little bit. These are the old school cloth-like bandaids, not the shiny plasticish ones. They stick really well. Overall pleased.

    July 6, 2022
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    eNGeeNC

    The fabric edges of these band-aids unravel. The threads on the edges start to come loose after a few hours. The photos show the band-aid in the morning after about 8 hours in bed asleep. I had put it on fresh just before bed.

    This is not what I expect from BAND-AID. They seem to be getting caught up in the rush to the bottom along with all the other cheap-things-from-china.

    June 22, 2022
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    Shannon Murphy

    Well worth the money for a brand name. Ten times better than the knockoff brands that I unfortunately have some of that doesnt stick and come right off in the shower as these do not. Peeling off knockoff brand ones usually irritates my skin and causes it to blister but with the fabric ones I don’t have this problem and will stick with the fabric bandaids!

    June 18, 2022
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    R

    These bandaids really adhere. I like them because they are fabric (not plastic). And the actual pad goes from one side to the other. In other words, there isn’t that useless strip of adhesive on either side of the pad.

    I would recommend that you don’t use on sensitive areas. My Father fell and scraped his back pretty good. We were using six BandAids daily.He has very oily skin and while the BandAids stuck very well, they pulled his skin badly causing thinning and tearing of the skin.

    I now use them for his legs, arms, hands and fingers with no problem.

    June 14, 2022
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    Herman L.

    Most bandages we’ve tried … of ANY brand … have left a great deal to be desired. For one reason or another they always fail to stay in place and protect wounded skin for more than a few minutes or hour, then fall off or move.
    Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Bandages have finally found the right solution to stick tight to the skin, remain flexible to both lengthwise and sideways pressures, give maximum resistance to abrasions, and last for many days without replacement. As a bonus, in my opinion, they offer much better airflow to both the wound and to the skin in contact with its adhesive to make them both more comfortable and much less skin irritating than other bandages … especially better than the ”new” plastic brands that block off all healing airflow. Try a box of these Flexible Fabric Bandages and I think you’ll like them so well you’ll be tossing out all other types you’ve used before.

    May 9, 2022
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    H. Simpson

    I use these for everything and they are so long lasting. Especially good if you have shoes that are hurting and you need to protect your skin before or after you get blisters.

    May 8, 2022
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    Elizabeth

    The best plaster there is. Such a pity it is so expensive and difficult to buy them in the UK.
    They hold very well. And when you remove them there is no residue left. With other plasters you can have only one or another but not both.

    May 7, 2022
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    THXkid

    My issue was satisfactorily resolved but when one size was advertised and assorted delivered, worse non returnable, I was not terribly happy.

    May 7, 2022
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    THXkid

    This item is non-returnable or it would have been sent back. I’m fed up buying band aids in assorted sizes when I have only ever used 2 sizes in my entire 75 year lifetime! I ordered a box of 100 band aids ALL ONE SIZE and got 100 band aids ASSORTED SIZES. I had also ordered a second box of 60 in a different size so I now have an enormous quantity of that size and very few of the larger more useful size. I am really VERY UPSET AND ANGRY.

    May 3, 2022

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