About this item
- Convenient to use
- Over 40 applications
For External Use Only. Flammable. Keep Away From Fire Or Flame. Do Not Use: In The Eyes; Longer Than One Week Unless Directed By A Doctor; On Infected Areas Or Wounds That Are Draining; With Other First Aid Products Such As Lotions And Creams; Over Sutures; On Mucous Membranes. Ask A Doctor Before Use If You Have: Deep Puncture Wounds; Deep Cuts; Animal Bites; Serious Bleeding; Diabetes; Poor Circulation; Serious Burns. When Using This Product: Do Not Puncture Or Incinerate; Contents Under Pressure. Do Not Store At Temperatures Above 120 F. Intentional Misuse By Deliberately Concentrating And Inhaling The Contents Can Be Harmful Or Fatal. Stop Use And Ask A Doctor If: Condition Persists Or Gets Worse; Infection Occurs. Keep Out Of Reach Of Children. If Swallowed, Get Medical Help Or Call A Poison Control Center Right Away.
Drug Facts. Active Ingredient, Purpose: 8-Hydroxyquinoline 1%, Antiseptic. Inactive Ingredients: Acetone, Alcohol 4.2%, Isobutane-Propane (Propellant), Oil Of Cloves, Pyroxylin Solution.
Clean Affected Area. Spray A Small Amount On The Area 1-3 Times Daily. Let Dry. A Second Coating May Be Applied For Extra Protection. To Remove, Apply More New-Skin Liquid Bandage And Quickly Wipe Off. Fingernail Polish Remover May Dissolve New-Skin Liquid Bandage. Other Information: Store At Room Temperature Away From Heat. May Temporarily Sting Upon Application. Do Not Allow To Come Into Contact With Floors, Countertops Or Other Finished Surfaces - Will Stain.
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||3.75|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||1.44 x 1.44 x 4.75|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||USA|
|Origin of Components:||USA|
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