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Nexcare™ NHT-1 Coban ™ No Hurt, Self-Adhering Wrap 1 in x 80 in (25,4 mm x 2 m) Unstretched

by Nexcare
$3.99
SKU 66875

This Nexcare™ Coban™ Latex-Free Self-Adherent wrap is recommended to be in a shop first aid kit by Partick Sullivan in his Article “Cutting-Edge First Aid ER doctor: "Throw away your old kit and forget what you’ve been told” in Fine Woodworking Tools and Shop Issue 2010.

This Nexcare™ Coban™ can help anchor bandages in hard to bandage areas like the palm of the hand, wrist and between fingers.

From the 3M website:

Details

  • Wrap adheres to itself, but not to skin or hair
  • Leaves no residue on skin when removed
  • Use as an outer wrap to fasten gauze, pads and other dressings
  • Breathable construction provides ventilated comfort
  • Tears by hand–no scissors required
  • Made in the USA
  • Size: 1” x 80”, 2” x 80”, 3” x 80”
  • Color: Tan
  • Not made with natural rubber latex

A breathable wrap for added comfort is ideal for sensitive skin applications and securing dressings in place. This product sticks to itself, not skin or hair can be torn by hand and is hypoallergenic with latex free materials. Hospital name - 3M™ Coban™ LF HT Self-Adhering Wrap.

Designed to secure wound dressings in place–particularly to sensitive and fragile skin–the Nexcare™ No Hurt Wrap helps keep you moving at your normal pace throughout your day. This self stick first aid wrap adheres tightly to itself, but not to your body or clothing, This wrap tears by hand for quick and convenient use. When it’s time to take it off, the self-stick wrap comes off clean, leaving no adhesive behind. Nexcare™ No Hurt Wrap features a flexible and hypoallergenic design for comfortable care that’s easy on your skin.

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Link to article descriping use of Caban in the workshop HERE. 

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