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Old 06-10-2012, 08:37 PM
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I cut my foot pretty good this weekend. It's about 1.25 long and .25 wide right on the pad of my foot. That's what I get for drinking without shoes on... I know better than that. Anyway, I couldn't find any bandages big enough in the medicine cabinet and had stocked up on a bunch of first aid stuff in my preps from the Dollar Tree. I've been using a 3"x9" dressing to keep it covered and I'm very impressed with the quality! It sticks until I want it off without hurting too bad like Band Aid Tough Strips do. It also breaths well and costs less than a dollar for a pack of 6. I would recommend them for anybody who is looking to add to their first aid preps as long as you don't buy them all out before I can double my supply.
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needless to say, feet are pretty important. keeping the wound clean and infection free is extremely important. good luck for sure!
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I cut my foot pretty good this weekend. It's about 1.25 long and .25 wide right on the pad of my foot. That's what I get for drinking without shoes on... I know better than that. Anyway, I couldn't find any bandages big enough in the medicine cabinet and had stocked up on a bunch of first aid stuff in my preps from the Dollar Tree. I've been using a 3"x9" dressing to keep it covered and I'm very impressed with the quality! It sticks until I want it off without hurting too bad like Band Aid Tough Strips do. It also breaths well and costs less than a dollar for a pack of 6. I would recommend them for anybody who is looking to add to their first aid preps as long as you don't buy them all out before I can double my supply.
You inspired me today. I went to the local dollar tree and bought lots of good first aid stuff for a buck a pop!
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I have purchased a ton of stuff from Dollar Tree... some of it is crap some of it is pretty good
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