Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

You’ve Been Applying Band Aids Wrong Your Whole Life, Watch The Proper Way.

This one gives him the results he needs to keep a cut protected.

Earle Dickson who worked for Johnson & Johnson invented the Band-Aid® for his wife who used to cut herself all the time doing the house chores.

This one gives him the results he needs to keep a cut protected.

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Dickson made ready-made bandages by putting cotton gauzes along adhesive tape.

He covered them with crinoline. When his wife Josephine cut or burned herself she just cut up a strip of the ready-made bandage and place it on her cut or scrape.

Dickson made ready-made bandages by putting cotton gauzes along adhesive tape.

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Dickson shared his invention with his boss and the rest is history.

Since then new designs have been released by various manufacturers.

Dickson shared his invention with his boss and the rest is history.

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Make sure that while cutting the bandage you do not touch the fabric.

This is the part that covers the cut so it's important it is applied cleanly.

Make sure that while cutting the bandage you do not touch the fabric.

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It's important not to wrap the bandages on too tight.

The Crazy Russian Hacker only buys one type of bandage. He can cut and make it work for the knuckle cuts as well.

It's important not to wrap the bandages on too tight.

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Watch the Crazy Russian Hacker walk you through his Band-Aid hacks.

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