Curad Plastic Adhesive Bandages, 1 X 3 Inch, 100 Count (Packaging May vary)

By | February 26, 2018
Curad Plastic Adhesive Bandages, 1 X 3 Inch, 100 Count (Packaging May vary)

Curad plastic bandages are all purpose and long-lasting. 1 inch by 3 inches. 100 bandages per box.

  • Plastic is the bandage standard
  • Cost effective and comfortable everyday protection
  • Sterile, latex-free
  • Bandage size: 1 inch x 3 inches
  • 1 box of 100 bandages

2 thoughts on “Curad Plastic Adhesive Bandages, 1 X 3 Inch, 100 Count (Packaging May vary)

  1. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best bandages ever, January 16, 2018
    By 
    Abby (Washington, DC United States) –

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    This review is from: Curad Plastic Adhesive Bandages, 1 X 3 Inch, 100 Count (Packaging May vary) (Health and Beauty)
    My hands crack constantly so I’m a bit of a bandage connoisseur. I loathe Bandaid brand because there’s no adhesive all around the bandage pad making it not airtight and pointless. And many cheap brands lose their stick and come off. Fabric ones tend to leave extreme amounts of adhesive on the skin that doesn’t like to come off and loves to attract dirt and look gross for days. These bandages are the best I’ve tried yet. Airtight, good stick, with no residue upon removal. A little water helps them slip off easy as pie if they get stubborn. I’ll be getting these from now on!
  2. Anonymous
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    They’re BLUE ? ! ! !, October 11, 2017
    By 
    Anaeee

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    This review is from: Curad Plastic Adhesive Bandages, 1 X 3 Inch, 100 Count (Packaging May vary) (Health and Beauty)
    I ordered these and ended up with 100 Big Blue Bandaids ! I didn’t know such bandaids existed. But they do. They’re made for the food industry. They’re bright blue for visibility. And they have metal tracers in them somewhere so they don’t end up in the food supply. So far I’ve used these crazy blue bandaids on cuts and blisters caused by new shoes. They stayed on for 2 days. The ones I have are fabric-y (not plastic) and they stay on even when they come in contact with a little water.

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