Item No. 0309566

Band-Aid Brand Medium Gauze Pads, for Minor Cut and Scrapes, 3 Inches by 3 Inches, 10 Count

Band-Aid Brand Medium Gauze Pads, for Minor Cut and Scrapes, 3 Inches by 3 Inches, 10 Count

$2.79

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Details

Secure gauzes and wound covers in place with Band-Aid Brand of First Aid Products Secure-Comfort Cloth Tape. Featuring Dura-Weave technology, this all-purpose medical tape is made from sturdy material. The first aid tape is also soft, yet sturdy and breathable and tears easily to ensure hassle-free application. Ideal for wound dressing applications, this cloth tape is not made with natural rubber latex.

Features & Benefits

  • 1-inch by 10-yard roll of cloth medical tape
  • Firmly secures gauzes and wound covers in place
  • Dura-Weave technology for strength and durability
  • Soft, yet sturdy breathable material
  • Tears easily for hassle-free application
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Specs
Height 4.32 inches
Width 4.28 inches
Depth 1.99 inches
Product Weight 0.12 lb
PackageHeight 4.125 inches
PackageWidth 4.125 inches
PackageDepth 1.97 inches
Unit Price $27.9 per 100 (on regular retail)
Available Online
Depth 1.99
Width 4.28
Height 4.32
Product Weight 0.12
Product Weight UOM lb
Country of Manufacture United States
Directions
1. CLEAN Stop bleeding by applying pressure with sterile gauze. Cleanse injured area gently and thoroughly with mild soap and water. Pat dry. 2. TREAT Treat wounds by applying NEOSPORIN First Aid Antibiotic Ointment. 3. PROTECT Cover injured area completely with a Johnson & Johnson RED CROSS Brand Hospital Grade Gauze Pad to help absorb fluids. Wrap with Johnson & Johnson RED CROSS Brand Hospital Grade Rolled Gauze to firmly secure gauze pads and help keep the wound clean from contaminants. For better protection, secure with Johnson & Johnson RED CROSS Brand Tape.
Safety
In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a physician. For medical emergencies, seek professional help.