Who thinks liquid bandage is more painful than a fork in your eyeball and uncomfortable as well?
Tried this stuff on a cut on my hand and about jumped out of my skin in pain when the stuff was applied. You'd think they'd put a label on the stuff saying, "only people who have pried an eyeball out of the socket with a fork may have an indication of the level of pain this product may cause." Then there's a hard crust on it which takes forever to heal. Never have I appreciated neosporin and a bandaid more.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It hurts less than a fork in the eye. Trust me on that one. Yes it is annoying compared to a Band-Aid but it is also faster and no cleanup. I wouldn't recommend it.Source(s): I've had a fork in my eye...
- Anonymous5 years ago
I wouldn't put a liquid bandage on it because a popped blister needs to breathe. Liquid bandages are good for cuts and scraps because the whole point is too keep all the bacteria out, and it covers more thourougly than a regular bandage would.
- HollisLv 45 years ago
thinks liquid bandage painful fork eyeball uncomfortable
- SaraLv 51 decade ago
Yeah, there is some sting to it, but to compare it to a fork in the eye, I think I'll take the sting.... ; )
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- AlexLv 51 decade ago
Warm it up in hand before application, as reduces discomfort.
I'd take this any day instead of stitches.
- scorpioLv 41 decade ago
yeah that stuff is bogus.
i never really bought that LIQUID BANDAGE? yeah right pal.