Dear Editor:

In the middle of July, I had to have shoulder surgery and was told not to get the wound site wet for two weeks.

Glad Press-N-Seal helpful
Dear Editor:
In the middle of July, I had to have shoulder surgery and was told not to get the wound site wet for two weeks.
I used Glad Press-N-Seal. I put it on the wound site and gently pressed around it and took showers of up to 30 minutes. The wound stayed perfectly dry and when finished, the wrap came right off without the pain of having tape used on my arm.
I really think this is something that should be added to any first aid kit especially for hunters and other people who work in dangerous situations where getting instant pressure on a wound could save someone’s limbs or life.
Kathy Mason
Heber Springs