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Bandaging Between Toes

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Getting a bandage to stay put when trying to cover an injury between your toes can be a challenge. This is a page about bandaging between toes.


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July 20, 2011

This is something I just discovered for myself! I have a cut right between two toes, and of course it's difficult to bandage a spot like that. So I took a clean cotton ball and put some Neosporin in the spot where the cut is, put the cotton ball in there, and then I taped the two toes together with a little masking tape and it works great! I admit it's not very attractive, but it's a great little bandage for just a few days while it heals!

By Stacey Silva from Orem, UT

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July 20, 20110 found this helpful

A"light bulb"moment! Thanks for sharing a simple solution.

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July 20, 20110 found this helpful

Wow! What a neat idea. Thanks for sharing

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July 22, 20110 found this helpful

I stubbed my little toe so hard one time that it broke it to where it was hanging out to the side and taped it to the toe next to it until it healed but it never dawned on me to use an antibiotic coated cotton ball in between the toes had there been a cut or infection. You're a very clever, think outside the box lady. :-)

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