How Do You Remove A Bandage Adhesive From Skin?


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Yooti Bhansali Profile
Yooti Bhansali answered
Generally first aid strips nowadays come with a small quantity or no adhesive at all so as to prevent it from sticking to the skin. However, you can follow the given tips to remove the sticky patch if it is left over.

If you want to minimize the pain caused by removing the strip, apply a warm compress to it first. Alternatively, you can apply any kind of oil on the bandage using some cotton. Te oil also helps to get rid of the adhesive left behind on the skin. If you want to remove the bandage without it getting wet, use a hair dryer to blow hot air onto it for several seconds and then try removing it.

You can also simply purchase an oil based adhesive remover form your local chemist.
J. Wyatt Profile
J. Wyatt answered
If you have tried everything use acetone (found in finger nail remover) then wash off
Shalin Choksi Profile
Shalin Choksi answered
Getting the glue off the body when the bandages are removed can be quite easy. You can apply normal skin soap and brush it against the skin where the glue is. The soap will lubricate with the glue and hence remove the glue. You may also use a pumice stone in case the glue does not brush off easily. This is the simplest way of removing the glue. When the bandages are removed the glue sticks on the hair and the skin of the body and then later turns black and leaves a kind of mark. This looks very ugly and has to be immediately taken care of.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Butter will remove it or peanut butter

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