How to Remove a Band-aid or Bandage Painlessly
You can make bandage or band-aid removal painless by simply saturating the band aid and surrounding area with baby oil. The baby oil dissolves the adhesive making band aid removal pain free.
Peanut butter is another great way to remove a band-aid or bandage painlessly. Simply coat the bandage with peanut butter and let sit for about 5 minutes. The oil in the peanut butter will dissolve the glue.
Saturating the band aid with vodka will also help dissolve the adhesive making band-aid removal a snap.
Simply blow some warm air from a blow dryer on the bandage to soften up the adhesive and the band aid will come right off.
If you happen to have Isopropyl Alcohol in the house, you can soak a cotton ball with the alcohol and rub it generously on the band aid and surrounding area. Leave for a minute and then remove bandage.
Covering the bandage with Alberto V05 Conditioning and leaving it on for a few minutes will dissolve the glue of sticky bandaids.
Cover the band aid and surrounding area with Vaseline. Leave on for a few minutes and the bandage will come off effortlessly.
Removing Band Aid or Bandage Adhesive
Baby wipes can help get rid of the adhesive left behind on skin by bandages after they have been removed.
Avon Skin So Soft
Good for so many things, Avon’s Skin So Soft will also help remove adhesive reside left by band aids.
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