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Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover, by Smith & Nephew, is a high-grade adhesive remover, designed to reduce adhesive to the skin by thoroughly dissolving tape and appliance adhesives. A favorite in nursing and care facilities, it is perfectly formulated to for removing acrylic-based, rubber-based, and hydrocolloid-based residues from the skin. The natural aloe gently soothes and moisturizes the skin during application, without any leftover greasiness.
Uni-Solve Adhesive Remover can be used anywhere on the skin where there might be a need for adhesive dressing. The natural ingredients break down adhesive compounds quickly while softening the adhesive from tapes, films and appliances, minimizing trauma and redness, while providing a natural, pleasing aloe fragrance that contains no harsh odors or environmentally-harmful chemicals.
Vitality Medical also carries other wound care products such as Zonas Tape and Polymax Wound Care Dressing>Polymax Wound Care Dressing.
Features and Benefits:
- Removes Acrylic-Based, Rubber-Based, and Hydrocolloid-Based Residues From the Skin.
- Aloe Soothes and Moisturizes Skin Without Greasiness.
- Can Be Used Anywhere There's a Need For Adhesive Dressing.
- Convenient Packaging Lets You Use Only What You Need So There's Less Waste.
- Applies Easily and Removes Quickly With Less Need For Reapplication.
- Pleasing Aloe Fragrance With No Harsh Odor.
- Environmentally Friendly, Does Not Contain Ozone-Depleting Chloro-Fluorocarbons (CFCs).
- Product Number: 402300, 59402500
- Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew
- HCPCS Code: A4455, A4365
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- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsDoes this work on self-adhering texas/condom catheters? If so, how do you apply it to release the glue?Question by: bob on Nov 4, 2019 4:42:00 PMThey are safe to use. Please consult with your healthcare provider for the best advice about how best to remove a particular device, or adhesive.Answer by: Jason Glover (Admin) on Nov 7, 2019 10:31:00 AM
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I was amazed how well they work. Slow and steady wins the race with these. You have to use several, once it starts to dry out, grab a new one and continue until it's off. Saves a lot of unnecessary pain.