Tesco Assorted Washproof Plasters Reviews
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Plasters
Newest Review: ... central panel. As with most plasters, there are tear off protector strips covering the sticky part, keeping the plaster ... more
Customer Tesco Assorted Washproof Plasters Reviews (14)
by - written on 05/12/11 (Very useful, 3 readings)
Tesco Assorted Washproof Plasters are , in my opinion, a handy little cardborad box of forty assorted sized washproof plasters which Tesco sell for the very cheap price of just £1.50. They come in a variety of different sizes, depending on whether they are for a sore heal, a stubbed little toe or a nasty scratched and bleeding kneecap. We use them in our house all the time, mainly for our son who is always suffering from bumps and knocks, and by putting a plaster on him, it always seem to make him feel much better, even if there is only the tiniest hint of a little scratch! My other half tends to use them a lot on the backs of her heels where her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
As my baby bump grows so do my feet unfortunately and as such most of my shoes are now getting rather tight. This happened last time I was pregnant to my feet and thank goodness they went back to their original size but in the mean time most of my shoes now rub in all the wrong places. This is such a pain as I don't want to buy new shoes that will last for just a couple of months and so my solution is plasters. I generally need to buy quite a few packs as each day I reapply in several places on my feet. My trigger spots are the back of my heel and the side of my foot and so each foot takes two plasters per day meaning four in total. The best I have found so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I bought these plasters as I was walking the entire length of Hadrian's wall National Trail. I reguarly suffer from blisters on my feet (now I know it was from poorly fitting walking boots!). As we were walking 20 miles a day I decided to invest in lots of plasters. I bought these as they were cheaper then the named brand plasters and looked similar. After the first day of 20 miles I found a few blisters and so had a chance to try these out. They come in a range of shapes and sizes. The large square ones went on my heel and the smaller ones around my toes. Being wash proof I guessed they would withstand the sweat they would have to endure the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
My husband and I dont have any family as yet, and so although I always keep a packet of plasters in the cupboard, they never seem to get used for cuts/scrapes etc like I'm sure the are in most families. The chief reason that I use plasters is for my heels when I have bought new shoes and am trying to protect my heels from being torn to shreds until the leather softens. I seem however to go through plasters quite regularly however, and so they are not something that I want to put a lot of money into. I never buy the expensive elasoplast brand of plasters, especially when I don;t have any children needed wounds attended to. I always stick to either the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
There does seem to be a massive array of plasters available where ever you go these days, and to be honest most of them are just as good as each other, although you do get the occasional ones that are just very cheaply made and don't quite do the job required. Tesco make their own brand of Waterproof Plasters, and they come in a box of approx. 40. I have never actually counted the plasters in the box to double check how accurate this is, but I may have to do so next time I buy a box. A box will cost you about £2, but it seems the price changes every time I buy them! These plasters are actually pretty good as far as plasters go, I have had better ... Read the complete review
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