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Non-Woven First Aid Triangular Bandage

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£2.49 (Ex. VAT)
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Non-Woven First Aid Triangular Bandage

Qualicare non woven triangular bandages are a first aid essential. This multi purpose triangular sling can be used to support most types of arm, hand and shoulder injuries.

The large size of the bandage ensures they will fit all sizes. Each triangular bandage is individually packed in a re-sealable clear bag. 

Qualicare first aid is setting the new standard for both affordability and quality! Their vast range of product can cater for any first aid need whether it's in the workplace, on the pitch, at home or in the car!

All items have been carefully designed and manufactured to the highest standards in the industry, a must if you take first aid as seriously as the guys at Qualicare! 

Specification:

  • Colour: White
  • Size: 96cm x 96cm x 136cm 
  • CE Approved
  • Individually packed in clear re-sealable bag
  • A first aid essential with many useful applications
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