JFA Medical Blue Hypoallergenic Plasters (Assorted) Box of 100

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JFA Medical Blue Hypo Allergenic Plasters (Assorted) Box of 100 (JF119)


  • 100 Premium JFA sterile blue assorted detectable plasters
  • Perfect for all catering establishments including restaurants, kitchens, cafes and hotels
  • Also suitable for food manufacturers- contains inside metal strip allowing detection by X-ray
  • Made from strong adhesive material allowing plasters to stay on skin for longer
  • 6 assorted sizes to cater for a variety of different cut or other minor injuries.
  • Long expiry date and CE certified 
  • Made from low allergy latex free material 
  • Plasters come in easy to open box 
  • Each plasters individually wrapped 
  • Bulk buy discounts available for customers that buy plasters in bulk 


  • 4x Jumbo plasters 72 x 50mm
  • 4x Fingertip plasters 60 x 45mm
  • 20x Large strip plasters 72 x 22mm
  • 40x Medium strip plasters 72 x 19mm
  • 8x Square plasters 38 x 38mm
  • 24x Small strip plasters 38x19mm
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