Monday, July 30, 2012

30 Days of Organization - #19 First Aid Kits

It's a little deplorable that a couple both in the medical field should be so lacking in their first aid kits. Too care of that after our last camping trip. I'm using these really cute and really sturdy first aid boxes. We are going to keep one in our main house, one in our mountain place, one in the camper, and one in each car.
In each box: gauze dressings, band aides of various sizes, cloth tape, antibiotic ointment, gloves, hydrocortisone cream, tweezers, needle, biofreeze, scissors, ace bandage, moleskin, safety pins, rubber bands, bandana, butterfly closures, saline rinse, hand sanitzer, and electrolyte beans.

1 comment:

Guy Sana said...

To build your own custom first aid kit:

You can start with and empty metal or plastic kit or a nice First aid bag or first aid pack, then you may continue adding individual items until you have exactly the items you would like in your custom kit! It's fast & easy! Here are my favorite links to do it online, and discounted!

Shortcuts:

Empty Metal Kits
Empty Plastic Kits
Empty First Aid Bags & First Aid Packs
Individual supplies to fill your First Aid kit


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