For anyone heading into the outdoors this Explorer first aid kit combines a wide range of contents to deal with most injuries. The internal layout is organised whilst the pack is durable and fairly lightweight. It's a larger general kit designed for everyday use.
- 1 x Primary Care Leaflet
- 1 x Tweezers
- 6 x Safety Pins
- 1 x Scissors 5.5cm Blade
- 2 Pairs Vinyl Gloves
- 1 x Spot Check Thermometer
- 16 x Paracetamol Tablets (not included in EU kit)
- 16 x Ibuprofen Tablets (not included in EU kit)
- 1 x Crepe Bandage 5 x 4.5m
- 1 x Triangular Calico Bandage 90 x 127cm
- 1 x White Open Woven Bandage 7.5cm x 5m
Preparations, Disposables & Tapes
- 6 x Hygienic Cleansing Wipes
- 1 x Zinc Oxide Tape 1.25 x 5m
- 5 x 4-Ply Gauze Swabs 5 x 5cm
- 1 x Burn Gel Sachet 3.5g
- 1 x Pack of Assorted Plasters
- 1 x Medium Wound Dressing 12 x 12cm
- 2 x Low Adherent Dressings 5 x 5cm
- 1 x Low Adherent Dressings 10 x 10cm
- 2 x Blister Plasters (3 x in EU Kit)
- 1 x Small Plaster Fabric Strip 4cm x 1m
- 3 x Wound Closure Strips
- 1 x Small Eyepad Wound Dressing (only included in EU kit)
We hope that the following information will help you get the most out of your products. However, this is only a general guide please refer to wash care advice given on individual products before washing or cleaning them.
To get the most out of your waterproof outerwear, you must keep it clean. The following is basic information on cleaning procedures. Always read any garment's care label before laundering.
Most waterproof outerwear can be machine washed and dried. Use powdered detergent or a specialist waterproof washing detergent and cold or warm water to wash these garments.
Maintain your product by cleaning regularly. Dirt and mud should be brushed off once it has dried naturally. Wipe with a clean damp cloth if necessary. Never wash in the washing machine. Immersion and exposure to detergents can attack the stitching and bonding agents within the product.
Dry slowly using natural air circulation at room temperature; do not subject the product to a direct heat source. Paper can be used to stuff the product in the drying process to help absorb moisture and maintain the shape of the product.
The leather must regularly be treated with waterproofing and conditioning sprays or creams if you have purchased a waterproof product. Used in wet conditions the leather will experience a gradual loss of its water-resistant qualities, and if untreated the leather will slowly harden and crack.
Occasional users should rinse with fresh water after each use and hang dry on a special wetsuit hanger, or a ladies-padded hangar. Frequent users should rinse with fresh water and occasionally use a capful of wetsuit shampoo. Be sure to store your wetsuit properly. Dents and creases could become permanent and result in loss of insulation. The best way to store your wetsuit is to lay it flat, or hanging from a wetsuit hanger.
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