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Other Uses for Bandaid Travel Pack

I recently bought one of these $.99 travel packs with 8 bandages in it. When it was empty, I found that it is perfect for all kinds of things. You can put in q-tips, antacids, nails and small screws, and I keep some insulin needles in mine. Other things could be medications like aspirin, coins for laundry, hair pins, rubber bands, and the hits just keep on coming!


I especially like the little hole where you can keep it on a lanyard for a sporting event, a key chain, or on a peg hook. And, you can peel off the front so people don't think they are bandages anymore, and label them with a felt tip marker.

Hope this helps!

By Sandi from Salem, OR

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June 21, 20110 found this helpful

It would be perfect to hold a mini-sewing kit or an eyeglass repair kit, too!

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February 27, 20160 found this helpful

I just refill with my favorite bandages instead of getting another one when I run out.

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