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Peregrinus wrote:Now this sounds silly, but try using a cigarette tin to make a first aid kit for your pocket.
The one I have is a Players Tin, and it fits a fair amount of stuff.
Scissors, sliver needle, polysporin, bandaids, butterflys, pins, tape, lighter, alcohol swabs.
Things I uses every day are now easily pocketable.
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CutterJeff wrote:Doc - don't mean to disrespect you , but....
I've done the "walk home from the office" thing. Was working out of town, my truck blew a transfer case, towed to mechanic, who said he'd fix me up and meet me after work...
.. until it turned out he needed parts he didn't have.
I ended up walking a couple miles , in new dress/office shoes, back to the hotel. Normally 2 mile walk, no big deal. New shoes weren't broken in, ended up blistering my heels. When I realized what was happening, I used the little "useless" first aid kit to cover the blisters-to-be.
(The BOB with the real first aid kit was in the truck that was locked inside the mechanics garage....)
Anyway, point being - yes, paper cut no big deal. Blisters on the feet if you end up afoot in the wrong shoes, bigger issue. And a cheap band-aid can make a difference there.
Agree it's not a "life saving first aid kit", but it's certainly a help
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