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Finger Cots - Latex Finger Cot. These white latex finger cots are available in 3 sizes. Finger Cots come rolled and pre-powdered. Finger Cots can be used to protect fingers from contamination, infection, apply medication, insert suppositories, and for many other uses where hygiene is necessary.
These white latex Finger Cots are rolled and pre-powdered. Made super thin for excellent sensitivity. The fingers cots are used for blisters, abrasions & cuts. Finger Cots can be used to protect fingers from contamination, infection, apply medication, insert suppositories, and for many other uses where hygiene is necessary. Finger Cots also can be used to protect a lightly bandaged finger from moisture and dirt for short periods of time. Air circulation to an injury is reduced while wearing a Finger Cot, so it should be worn for only a short period of time.
Finger Cot Directions For Use:
Step 1: Place finger to be covered in the center of Finger Cot with roll facing out.
Step 2: Carefully unroll Finger Cot by pushing down to the end of the finger. Finger Cot should fit closely to the base of finger.
Step 3: To remove Finger Cot, reverse process. Roll Finger Cot up finger. Avoid touching contaminated side of Finger Cot.
Warning: Finger Cots contain Natural Rubber Latex which may cause allergic reactions.
I want these for my Mom. Very tiny hands. Ring finger size 4.5. Will medium be too large? LookinG for small size.
Question By: sandy on Oct 11 2006 9:42 AM
I buy the med. size for my wife to use at her job where she sorts through "tons" of paperwork each day and the work fine for her and she has rather small fingers. They are a snug but comfortable
Answer By: gusdog2014 on Apr 15 2030 2:09 PM
I use the Medium Finger Cots on my thumb to put thyroid medication into my cat's ears. They are tight on my thumb (perfect). I think Small would be the better choice.
Answer By: IslandMs on Dec 12 2017 9:13 PM
My ring size is 5 and the medium works well for me. I use them on my index finger to apply a topical medicine.They should work for her.
Answer By: Suze on Jan 13 2005 10:14 AM
From my experience, medium should be fine - my ring finger is size 5 and when I use the finger cots on my pointer finger, they are tight and leave a mark around the bottom where the elastic is. I haven't purchased the small cots though, so I'm not sure if that would be better.
Answer By: kerry on Jan 13 2018 12:03 PM
I need these for my mom and I since we have those nasty splits in the tips of our fingers. It helps to keep them covered while doing daily chores. We prefer the large size as most of the time the splits are on the thumb or 2nd /3rd digit.