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Nexcare Waterproof Clear Bandage Assorted Sizes, 50-Count Packages (Pack of 4)
- Soft, highly breathable material allows sweat and moisture to evaporate for a flexible and comfortable fit
- Adhesive seals out dirt and germs
- Medium pad bandage in great value count
- From 3M, a world leader in hospital wound care products and health care and an expert in adhesive technology
- Each 50-count package includes (20) 7/8 x 1-1/16-inch bandages, (15) 1-1/4 x 2-1/2-inch bandages and (15) 1-1/16 x 2-1/4inch bandages
- Caution: The packaging of this product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions
- Each 50-count package includes (20) 7/8 x 1-1/16-inch bandages, (15) 1-1/4 x 2-1/2-inch bandages and (15) 1-1/16 x 2-1/4inch bandages.
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Nexcare Waterproof Bandages
Nexcare Waterproof Bandages stay on in water and keep water out, making them ideal for swimming, gardening, canoeing, fishing, water sports and hand washing. The Nexcare Waterproof bandage features a unique diamond shape, 360-degree seal, clear, breathable material and offers superior protection against water, dirt and germs that may lead to infection. A must-have for any first aid kit, Nexcare Waterproof bandages are perfect for treating minor wounds such as cuts, scrapes and blisters.
Waterproof protection of cuts, scrapes, abrasions and blisters.
50 count assorted sizes include: 20 at 7/8 inch x 1-1/16 inch; 15 at 1-1/4 inch x 2-1/2 inch; 15 at 1-1/16 inch x 2-1/4 inch | 8 count Knee and Elbow at 2-3/8 inch x 2-1/2 inch | 20 count assorted sizes include: 6 at 7/8 inchx 1-1/16 inch; 6 at 1-1/4 inch x 2-1/2 inch; 8 at 1-1/16 inch x 2-1/4 inch | 20 count one size at 1-1/16 inch x 2-1/4 inch.
- Superior protection against water, dirt and germs
- Clear, breathable material
- Ultra-thin and comfortable to wear
- Made in U.S.A.
- Unique shape designed for better seal around the pad
- Seals out water, dirt and germs
- Easy, one-hand application
|Waterproof||Active Waterproof||Blister waterproof||Liquid||Heavy Duty Fabric||Soft 'N Flex|
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Top Customer Reviews
I use these on my hands quite a bit and they last through 150+ vigorous handwashings per shift (not to mention all the alcohol foam I put on my hands too). Once a wound is cleaned, I dab a little antibiotic ointment on it and seal it using one of these Nexcare bandages. I try to leave it on for 3 days if I can without removing, which seems to do a great job for healing.
One last point is they are very gentle as far as removal... nothing like the sensation of skin ripping off that we've all been used to! This is great for elderly as they have more fragile skin.
**TIP - when you first put this bandage on, cover it with your hand for about 10 seconds before removing the outer paper ring. Warmth helps the clear part adhere better and you get a more water-tight seal.
Highly, highly recommend!
Another thing to note, the adhesive is STRONG. This is great because the bandage stays on well. But if you need to remove the bandage, wait until it's loose or try and loosen its grip on your skin with lotion or baby oil. If you peel the bandage off when it's still grippy, doing this in the same spot on your skin, it'll likely take a thick layer of skin with it if you do this a few times. It did this to me last night, left me with a ripped bleeding patch a 1/4" wide, 3/4" long on my hand (I had pulled off 3 or 4 of these bandages in the same day to reapply Neosporin). I had to rearrange the next bandage to cover my original paper cut so that it wasn't on the bleeding ripped-off-skin area, THEN put another bandage over the ripped skin. So two bandages side by side. Lesson learned. Adhesive versus my skin, the adhesive wins, my skin loses. =)
My Next experience I personally wore these in a situation where I constantly had my hands submerged in water and was working with wet, rough, cynder block stones. They band aids lasted all 8 hours each day on the project and sealed perfectly. These seaved my fingers.
NOW HERE IS THE KICKER:
While camping, my wife and I were pumping up our air mattress and noticed that there was a hole in it on one of the corners. The whole was large enough to fit the eraser end of a pencil in it. Air came out of the hole just as fast as we put it in. I jokingly made the comment "we could use a band aid"...then it dawned on me, with these band aids this may actually work but it would have to hold over 350lb of constant force all night long and the hole is on a curved corner of the mattress. For those physics nerds out there I am sure that the peak force when we initally fall into the air matress would greatly exceed the 350lbs of constant force that it would have to hold all through the night. Anyway, I used the smallest band aid in our variety pack (about bunion sized) and IT FREAKING HELD WITHOUT LEAKING ANY AIR at all. I was sold for life on these things.Read more ›
These are great medical grade waterproof bandages that will keep everything super dry underneath as long it is properly sealed all the way around. The adhesive is sticky but not super gummy, so these don't get mushy in the heat and don't start sliding around. They are so comfortable and so well adhering when they are properly applied that I have forgetting them and left them on for days. (They are made from the same material as Tegaderms which doctors have instructed me to leave over surgical incisions for 2-3 days before changing.)
Everything heals quickly, and seems to heal with less scarring underneath ones of these over it. Scabs tend to itch less as the bandage keeps enough moisture in (but not too much) so they don't get super dry. The bandage is almost like a second skin and stretches with your skin. I've used them for cuts, blisters, shallow punctures, cracked skin, or to keep medication over an area. These are on the smaller side, so anything larger, I use the padded Tegaderms, or cut the plain Tegaderms and use them with sterile gauze.
These are great for all ages! We use these on our infant son and he leaves them alone. When I've given them to kids they love how they stick well and usually don't feel the need to mess with them. I've had many a parent tell me that it won't last ten minutes and it's still on when they leave.
- Typically, I disinfect the whole area with BandAid Hurt Free Antiseptic and apply a very thin coat of Neosporin to the Nexcare pad.
- It's important to peel the bandage off the wrapper with the rim pieces still attached. Place the bandage, press firmly along the edge, then take off the rim pieces off.
- Make sure you figure out where you want it before you put it down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are the best waterproof bandages I've tried. If you apply it correctly, they will stay on for a long time and not let any water in. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Helpme
Go to store and buy these don't buy them on here. Also these were not that good. They kept falling off.Published 20 days ago by Roddrick Marion
I will never use another type of adhesive bandage. These are excellent on so many levels. They are so comfortable that it is easy to forget them, and they stay on for days. Read morePublished 23 days ago by DCN
Best Bandage I have ever used. I seriously can hardly tell when I have one on.Published 25 days ago by Jared Kaeb
These are old bandaids. The paper sticks to them when peeling from package. The plastic sticks to skin and doesn't come off properly. I believe that is due to age.Published 27 days ago by rinkytap
I like that I can wear these in the shower and not get the wound wet, nor the bandage fall off.Published 1 month ago by MPB