Adhesive Bandages

0.75" x 3" - 1Each - Beige

Reg. Price $5.98

Our Price $5.49 Per Box

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Versatile, adhesive bandages protect scrapes and cuts
Packaged individually to maintain sterility
SmartTab ezRefill box includes indicator tab that alerts you to reorder
Bandages meet ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2009 standards
  • Additional Info
First Aid Only, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
Product Type
Adhesive Bandage
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Skin Cut
Certifications & Standards
ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2009


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Adhesive Bandages

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Great size

By Halley89

from Maine, United States

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

The size of this bandage is great for small cuts, it holds great to the skin


Great Bandages!

By Staticjm

from Indiana

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

Being a person who gets a lot of cuts and scrapes bandages are always a good thing for me to have around. These work well and being plastic help keep the cut dry. I used this box to refill my first aid kit because bandages seem to be the thing that gets used the most. They are perfect.


Easy access, dependable bandages

By Former lifeguard

from New York, NY

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

I received a box for review and really enjoy these bandages. The box design reminds me of tissues: the individually-wrapped bandages are stacked vertically, so it's easy to grab one at a time from the stop of the stack. The bandages are good quality and the adhesive lasts for a long time.


Best quality plastic bandages

By yangfen88

from Melbourne,FL

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

I like this quality bandages . It won't fall out easily and give children the great protection . I like this quality .


Plastic Bandages

By Chuck

from Fresno, CA

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

I received these plastic bandages to test out for review and for the most part I'd say they're good bandages. I like that they have good stick/adhesive and yet don't leave a mess on your skin when you take them off. Also they lay very flat upon your skin. Another plus is that the paper they're wrapped in is very easy to open. The only negative is that while opening them on occasion the paper that covers the adhesive slips off. In one case it slipped off and fell back onto the bandage becoming stuck making that bandage unusable. If I were the manufacture I'd look into that. I do not own the dispenser that can go with these but there is a folded piece of cardboard in the box that would help push them out in the dispenser. I'd suggest to Acme brand that they send those out too for testing in the future. Overall a good bandage that does the job you'd want it to do.


Perfect for the truck

By HuntingLife

from Lincoln, NE

Comments about Adhesive Bandages:

I got these just a few weeks ago and they are perfect for the glove box in my truck. It is easy to pull out the bandaids when you need them and quickly know when they need to be refilled. Love the box and how easy it is to get into them.

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