Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box

1" - 100/Box - Beige

Our Price $9.95 Per Box

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Durable fabric adhesive bandage conforms to fit
Features stretchable, waterproof material that moves with the wearer
Perfect for restocking first aid kits
Size: 100 x 1" Width
100 / Box
  • Additional Info
Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Product Type
Adhesive Bandage
Packaged Quantity
100 / Pack
Securing Bandage
Water Proof


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Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box

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Excellent product. Household staple.

By Emily15

from Augusta

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box:

Wearing these on my knees right now because I clumsily fell in the parking lot but they lasted all through the night without fraying or becoming loose. They are so comfortable and natural feeling that when I woke up I thought they'd fallen off and had to check my knees to see if they were still on. And they were. No pain when taking off.


I use Band-Aids every day!

By Ohio Gramny

from Lancaster

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box:

I am diabetic and have a lot of problems with my skin. I am always able to find a Band-aid product to help me with my care. I love the placement of the pads which go to the edges so I can create the size I need. I am curious if you have 1x3" available in a separate package. .

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This product works wonderful

By Donna64

from Middlesex

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box:

I work a production job and these band-aids are great. They stay on all day even if they get wet!!!

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Made me Bleed....

By Danielle

from Rohnert Park

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage - 100 per box:

I recently had a procedure done to my big toe due to an ingrown toenail, and bought this box of bandaids so I could decide the size that fit best and made sure I had enough. While I really like your new wound area protection design (The pad) what ever is being used in the adhesive is terrible! While having them stick to my foot better is nice, when I went to take it off the first time my skin was peeing, and this morning, I literally pulled off skin and it bled, not from the initial wound. I'm really disappointed because I'm a major consumer of Bandaid products!!

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