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I am thrilled to report that I have found the perfect bandage (as we call them in the states) that sticks on to my fingers through all the twisting I do on a regular basis. In our climate, I often get splits in my skin which are very painful and only get worse the more I work. I have finally discovered (after many years of looking) a bandage/plaster that works! It is Band-Aid brand DRY-FIT Fabric--you have to make sure it says that exactly--the regular fabric ones aren't the same. The only place I have found them individually is Target (they even sell them online) although I first found them in a combo pack I got at Costco. The fabric is very thin but durable and even though I rub on it constantly while working, they stay on. It is like having a second skin. I am hoping someone finds this as awesome as me--no more sore fingers!   Let me know if you try them. Be sure they say DRY-FIT--the regular fabric ones aren't the same.
Janet "never too old to learn" Lenox
1st Gold Medal Balloon Challenge Champion--USA
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