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Nexcare™ Clear First Aid Tape, 1 in x 10 yds, Wrapped

3M ID 7000052481UPC 50051131566601
  • Perforated for easy two-way tear
  • Flexible material conforms and moves with your body
  • Breathable, hypoallergenic design provides comfort
  • Water-resistant formula allows for use in the shower
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Specifications
Brand
Nexcare™
Colour Family
Transparent
Latex
No
Overall Length (Imperial)
10 yd
Overall Length (Metric)
9.144 m
Overall Width (Imperial)
1 in
Overall Width (Metric)
2.54 cm
Product Colour
Transparent
Product Type
Transpore
Size (Imperial)
1 in x 10 yd
Size (Metric)
2.54 cm x 9.144 m
Details
  • Perforated for easy two-way tear
  • Flexible material conforms and moves with your body
  • Breathable, hypoallergenic design provides comfort
  • Water-resistant formula allows for use in the shower
  • Tears easily in both directions for hassle-free application
  • Breathable design provides comfort
  • Tears easily in both directions for hassle-free application
  • Ideal for securing medical devices like catheter tubing and more

Support your loved ones at home using Nexcare™ Clear First Aid Tape. Whether you are securing medical devices or wound dressings, this tape’s breathable, flexible design allows for easy application to the skin. Hypoallergenic and water-resistant, this tape is not made with Natural Rubber Latex and can be worn in the shower. This tape is also perforated and tears in easily in both directions for hassle-free application.

Nexcare™ Clear First Aid Tape gives your loved ones hospital-grade products at home. It’s clear, stretchy design conforms to hard-to-tape areas and provides a practically undetectable look. The breathable tape is perforated so you can easily tear it by hand. Your injury shouldn't draw more attention than it has to­–so rely on Nexcare™ Flexible Clear Tape to help keep your injury protected.

Suggested Applications

  • Hard-to-bandage areas like knees, elbows, fingers or where stretching occurs
  • Securing medical devices like catheters or IV tubing (tape is not a catheter securment device, but can be used to support the tubing)
  • Guarding labels against abrasion, moisture, and smudging