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Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages

10 Count Bandages (Pack Of 2), Brand Adhesive Bandages, Large Adhesive Pads

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We analyzed 35,793 reviews for 136 products in the Adhesive Bandages category.

We then analyzed 145 reviews for this product. Of these, 4 reviews were recent.

Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 20% were negative.

Final Score:

8.84 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages


    I like this size of bandage as I have had a few stitches that are too long for regular Band-Aids but don't need a whole thick pad of gauze and tape, and these are a slightly different, darker color than the box I just finished.


    I use these for larger wounds and for protecting larger medicated areas, as the glue is very strong and should hold out just fine if you put it on clean, dry skin.


    These big guys work great on cuts and scrapes and I bought them again for my truck and office.


    The size works well for shin bruise, which can be a daily problem for people with diabetes.


    Unfortunately I had to use one on my backside and was stuck for about a week, but they do work well. I have found that McKesson Medi pak Performance Bandages are far superior to Band-Aid brand wound care products.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    What is the size of the pad if anyone still has Bandaids?

    A:

    If the wound is oozing, I always use a non-stick thick pad underneath it.

    Q:

    There are pictures of the front that say the dimensions are on the sides, but they are meaningless. What are the sizes of the bandages?

    A:

    The outside measurements are 4" long x 2 3/4" wide including the sticky part. The bandage part is 3" long x 2" wide.

    Q:

    I'm in a wheelchair and I'm starting to get pressure sores on my butt. Does anyone know if there's any padding built in?

    A:

    I'm prone to large wounds on my legs with this thin skin, so I'll get 2 x 3 bandaid non-- if this bandaid is large enough for the wound.

    Q:

    What's the size of the pads and glue border?

    A:

    I can't help you, but I can tell you that the size of the pads is listed on the page.

    Q:

    What is the size of the pad if anyone still has Bandaids?

    A:

    If the wound is oozing, I always use a non-stick thick pad underneath it.

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