To hold bandages in place, self-adherent wrap contours to your finger and forms a tighter seal than standard first-aid tape.
Five-gallon buckets keep first-aid kits and fire extinguishers easy to identify and access on the job site.
Keeping a kit of personal protective equipment on the job-site helps you and your crew stay safe and comfortable.
I have discovered the best blister-beater ever: kinesiology tape. It’s the stuff all over the shoulders of U.S. Olympic volleyball players. I use it for various muscle aches and pains,…
Band-Aid Tough-Strips stand up to a full day of hands-on work
When home-building accidents happen, off-the-shelf kits just don’t cut it. Here’s what you really need.
Bandages, bee-sting medicine and everything else a carpenter shouldn't leave home without.
You've got to have a decent pair of tweezers to extract a splinter, but sometimes it's tough to see your target with the naked eye. A loupe can make all…
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