Fast Aid Fabric Dressing Strip Reviews
Newest Review: ... tolerate a small plaster. It will be unable to grip, and will fall off in short order. Knees and elbow are prime examples of ... more
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Customer Fast Aid Fabric Dressing Strip Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
In a throwaway world, it is easy to forget what a simple, convenient thing a plaster is. While you can get pre-cut sizes, and at the low cost of purchase, you may as well - it's worth getting something like this. A roll you cut to the size that you need when you need it. Why? Because there's no telling where an injury will occur. Some areas simply will not tolerate a small plaster. It will be unable to grip, and will fall off in short order. Knees and elbow are prime examples of these. They are de facto graze locations in children, and a large plaster will not only hold securely in place, and so promote healing, the size of it will provide younger children ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
WHAT IS IT? A 1 meter long strip of fabric plaster that you cut yourself to what size you need for your cut. HOW DO YOU USE IT? Take the strip out of the box and hold it near to your cut so that you can see how much of the plaster you need to cut off. Cut a little bit extra off to make sure that the whole cut is covered and them remove the backing paper and press the plaster down on to your skin. WHAT I THINK I like this strip of uncut plaster because it is very versatile for the sort of cuts that I get. Part of my roll as a beautician involves cutting and styling hair and so I quite often get little small cuts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Kids and adults alike can get a lot of cuts and scrapes, so in our house we always have 2 types of plasters available that seem to work excellently in most occasions. 1 type is the pre-cut, standard size of plasters, which usually are plastic depending on the brand we've bought at the time, and the other is a very long strip of fabric plaster dressings, the latest one of these I've used being the Fast Aid brand. I paid 99p for a packet of the Fast Aid Fabric Dressing Strips on eBay when I saw them whilst buying something else in a health shop there. For that, I got a decent looking box with a 1 metre long strip of dressing in it, that's 6.3cm wide, with a ... Read the complete review
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