Keeping Band-Aids On In The Water

Check out my technique to keep a band-aid on while kiting…

I just injured my finger a couple of days ago while kiting. It’s not my first kite injury and I have lost lots of band-aids in the water – especially the ones on the fingers always seem to come off while kiting. After trying out a lot of things, I have found that this technique works best for me. All you need is a band-aid (doesn’t have to be waterproof; I used CVS plastic bandages), duct tape and scissors. Make sure you only tape the ends of the band-aid. If you cover the band-aid completely with duct tape, then it will come off in water. Believe me;-)

So here is my technique:

Check out my technique to keep a band-aid on while kiting…

I just injured my finger a couple of days ago while kiting. It’s not my first kite injury and I have lost lots of band-aids in the water – especially the ones on the fingers always seem to come off while kiting. After trying out a lot of things, I have found that this technique works best for me. All you need is a band-aid (doesn’t have to be waterproof; I used CVS plastic bandages), duct tape and scissors. Make sure you only tape the ends of the band-aid. If you cover the band-aid completely with duct tape, then it will come off in water. Believe me;-)

So here is my technique:

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