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Johnson & Johnson Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandages, 1 x 3, 100 per Box
Packaged for individual use and to replenish first aid stations and kits. Bandages have extra tough durable fabric. Flexible fabric bandages attach with adhesive.
Provides extra flexibility
Stretchable and comfortable fabric moves with you to fit better
Flexible enough to move with you anywhere you go
Ideal for bumps and scrapes
Packaged for individual use and to replenish first aid stations and kits.
100 Adhesive Bandages per Box
Bandages Type: Flexible Fabric
Bandages have extra tough durable fabric.
Flexible fabric bandages attach with adhesive.
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5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
great deal! great quality!Jun 26, 2012
great deal! great quality! My husband is a Carpenter and needs bandaids daily, actually several times daily. Even after wetting his hands and using plaster and other chemicals these bandaids still endure!
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Not Easy to FindJul 30, 2010
I really like these b/c they are 1 inch wide. It's not easy to find a box of just this size. I like the flexible fabric as well. I have used them for a long time.
10 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Not Durable under Wet ConditionsDec 03, 2002
Having a flex bandage for minor cuts is a very good idea. However, these bandages do not hold up to water at all. By the second time I washed my hands the bandage would no longer stick around my finger. The sink water made the adhesive completely inert and it just would not hold. After replacing several of these Band-Aid Brand Flexible Fabric Bandages I went and got a traditional plastic adhesive bandage. These are good for skin cuts along joints where you have a lot of movement but just don't get them wet.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
I'm Stuck on Band-Aid Brand...Mar 26, 2013
By Dirk Zwart
Because Band-Aid's stuck on me!
The flexible fabric are comfortable and stay stuck - even the corners (on a finger injury). The 1-inch wide covers that little bit a regular sized bandage can miss. The non-stick pad goes from edge to edge. I have two boys, 100 bandages don't last long.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Fabric Band aids.Mar 29, 2013
By Paul F. Dolby Jr.
"Air Force Veteran"
I purchased these, because I have found that fabric bandaids are far superior to the plastic ones, that have hardly enough gause to cover the wound. These were available a very good price, for the quanity I purchased.
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