How should fabric plasters be used?
Ensure the wound or cut is clean and does not have anything embedded in it.
Rinse the wound under clean water or gently clean it with an alcohol-free wipe.
Let the wound air dry or gently pat dry with a clean cloth.
Apply the plaster over the wound. If the plaster gets wet or dirty, replace it with a new one.
When should fabric plasters be used?
Fabric plasters are suitable for minor wounds, cuts and scratches. They provide protection against dirt and light cushioning to aid healing.
When should fabric plasters not be used?
Fabric plasters are not suitable for deep cuts or open wounds. Do not use unless wound is clean and free from debris.
Consult your GP or pharmacist if the wound does not heal as expected or if wound becomes infected or does not stop bleeding.
Always read the information leaflet before use.
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