Asda Waterproof Plasters Reviews
Description:Dosage Form: Plasters / Type: Plasters / Asda / Plasters from Asda.
Newest Review: ... is good value working out at two and a half pence per plaster. The plasters are made in China. So how do they perform do ... more
Customer Asda Waterproof Plasters Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/10/10, updated on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I am a really clumsy person which is why in my home and in my bag I have boxes of plaster everywhere! Getting through rather alot of them I decided the other day to buy a box of 'cheap' ones from Asda only costing 48p a box for 40 of them and to pop them in my bag for emergencies for the reasons I have just stated! The Packaging: The box looks cheap being square in shape with a green and white coloured theme going on. On the front of the box I am told that they are Asda 'Smart Price' 40 Washproof Plasters and there is a green cross on there and their price is clearly stated. Other information on the box includes being told how to use them and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I picked up these waterproof plasters as they were relatively cheap and I thought that they would be a handy thing to have in the house as there is nothing worse than when you have a plaster on and it goes missing only to be found floating in the sink after doing the dishes or else clogging up the drain after a bath or shower. They come from Asda and cost 83p which gets you a box containing 40 plasters. They come in a variety of different shapes so that in theory there should be the right one for your cut or scrape without you having to cut it to size. The plasters are made from a very thin material and are coated with a waterproof outer layer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I recently bought some Asda Washproof Plasters to top up my home first aid box - and to be honest, I really wish I hadn't bothered! The came in a small cardboard box which contains 40 plasters of assorted sizes but none of them really big enough to be very useful to anything other than the tiniest cut. While it's true that the plasters only cost 83p - which equates to just 2p per plaster - this would only be good value if the plasters were worth having and, quite frankly, they're not! The plasters are flesh coloured and are rectangular in shape - and like I said, not really of any size that would be particularly useful. There is a very small lint area in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Plasters are a staple item in any First Aid Kit and the Asda Waterproof Plasters are something I purchased recently when I popped into Asda. Priced at under a pound for 40 plasters they are very cheap indeed, though unfortunately this is also reflected in the performance of the product. There are a variety of sizes in the box and therefore you can select the right size for the cut or graze you are dealing with. Often boxes of plasters just have strip plasters in, so this is a positive having a variety of shapes and sizes in one box. The plasters didn't inspire confidence from the start, as they are very thin and flimsy and although they have a waterproof ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Asda waterproof plasters! Having grand children around the house they are the usual clumsy kids just as clumsy as all kids and adults alike. My wife bought this box of Asda waterproof plasters last summer to keep in the medicine cupboard so that we would have a ready supply for their trips, cuts and grazes. What are they like? The plasters come in a small Green white box with a red lid and contain 40 individually wrapped sterile plasters of different sizes. They cost £1 per pack which you might think is good value working out at two and a half pence per plaster. The plasters are made in China. So how do they perform do they ... Read the complete review
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