Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box

0.75" - 60/Box - Tan

Reg. Price $3.52

Our Price $2.78 Per Box

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Self-adhering band-aids provide protection for everyday cuts and scrapes
Waterproof, nonstick, absorbent pad won't stick to wounds for gentle removal
Unique adhesive helps the bandage stay on longer
3/4" band-aids are ideal for restocking first aid kits
60 / Box
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Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc
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Product Type
Adhesive Bandage
Packaged Quantity
60 / Box
Skin Scrape
Water Proof


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Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box

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Longest Lasting Band Aid Ever

By Marsha

from Colorado Springs

Comments about Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box:

I love these Band Aids. I have problems with all others staying on but not these. When I'm working I have to take my gloves on and off several times a day and all others come off in no time, but these don't. I wore one for 2 days through painting, cleaning, washing hands several times a day, showers just to see if it would stick and it did. The side on the palm of my hand was starting to come loose but the side on the back of my hand was still pretty tight. It was getting to dirty or I would have left it to see how long it would take for it to fall off. If you need a heavy duty band aid this one is for you. I would not recommend them for children or sensitive skin as they do stick tight, but that's what I love about them.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)



By Concerned mom

from Margate

Comments about Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box:

I bought these today and placed one on my upper arm this afternoon. I went to remove it and clean the area, but could not get it off. gter ripping at it for about 10 minutes, it left black and blue marks, ripped skin and glue where the bandaid once was. I could only get the glue off with goo-gone. I am throwing the box away. There is no way I would allow my child or anyone else in my family to go through the pain I went through trying to get it off!


Great wound protection in the work place.

By sparky

from Asheville

Comments about Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box:

I love the bandage, but it is difficult to get out of the wrapper.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


The perfect bandage!

By kodo

from Los Angeles

Comments about Band-Aid Plastic Bandages - 60 per box:

Finally it's exactly what I need for tough, delicate duty protection! For this I use a paring knife and peal away the pad. No more is there a fuzzy non-stick center. Now remains some decent sticky adhesive! Excellent! Now the entire Band-aid brand bandage sticks intricately to my finger's minor injury, while still allowing tactile sensations to be sensed.

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