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Command-Aids

Painless-removal bandage
 
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You know Band-Aids, and similar products of different brands? You know how when you peel them off, they can hurt due to still being adhered to your skin/hair? You know Command Strips? You know how you can take them off the wall without damaging the paint, even though they stick really well until then? Combine the two!

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notexactly, Mar 21 2017

Command Strips video for anyone who doesn't know them https://www.youtube...watch?v=HJ9RZt0_qMk
These particular ones are 2-part with Velcro in the middle. For this idea, it would just be a single side of Command adhesive directly on the bandage. [notexactly, Mar 21 2017]

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       For anybody who's about to say "pulling to release the Command adhesive will pull your wound open": Not if you follow the recommended removal procedure. First, pull one side of the bandage to begin stretching and releasing. As that side finally releases its last hold, right at the bandage pad, the pull will be acting on the other side of the bandage, pulling the wound shut. Continue pulling from the same end to release the other side of the bandage.
notexactly, Mar 21 2017
  

       While I'm pretty sure I've never heard the wall scream, I'd bet this would still involve quite a bit of pain. Like much more.
RayfordSteele, Mar 21 2017
  

       If the command is of a field of nano cat claws.   

       Tiny enough to grip but not hurt.
wjt, Mar 27 2017
  
      
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