Aqueos Spray On Plaster

Aqueos Spray On Plaster
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200ml Aerosol

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  • 200ml Aerosol £12.95

Description

Aqueos Spray On Plaster helps to protect minor cuts and grazes from dirt, water and bacteria. It provides a film which forms a silver aluminium micronised bandage like protection.

Spray On Plaster reduces the risk of infection and aids the natural healing process. Remains elastic and permeable to air. Excellent adhesive properties, stays in place while wound heals. Easy to apply in awkward areas.

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Reviews (10)

Summary of Reviews for Aqueos Spray On Plaster

Overall 4
Value For Money
Quality/Durability
Pet's Opinion
9 out of 10 (90%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (5 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (1 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
1 stars (1 reviews)

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35 Spray on Plaster
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By on 7 November 2021

As an antibacterial spray it's fine. As a wound plaster it's ok

Customer recommends this product

45 Sticking plaster in an aerosol
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By on 10 August 2020

Excellent product for treating wounds which cannot be bandaged

Customer recommends this product

45 Liquid plaster
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By on 6 June 2020

brilliant for covering little injuries

Customer recommends this product

45 Aqueos Spray on Plaster
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By on 20 August 2019

Very good will be buying more .helps keep the wound dry and clean and stops the flies infecting the wound.

Customer recommends this product

15 Didn't stay on
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By on 14 July 2019

Bought this to cover a wound on a horse and it didn't work so was a waste of money!

Customer does not recommend this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Aqueos Spray On Plaster, including answers from our team.

1 January 2021 at 12:37pm

Preventing blood leaking

Hilary

My dog recently managed to cut the tip of ear quite badly and trying to keep an absorbent pad in place over the wound by bandaging around her head was as a challenge to say the least.

As I am sure you know cuts on dogs ears result in lots of bleeding due to their structure and Having had to have a member of the family sit with her most of the time over two days to ensure everything stayed in place whilst the wound scabbed over prompted me to research whether there was a product on the market that would act like a plaster and keep the wound covered and stop blood dripping everywhere.

Would this product work in this scenario?

  • VioVet Staff

This product applies an anti-bacterial film over the site which protects it from external contamination. Unfortunately it is not intended to stop bleeding so you will likely find it won't stop bleeding from an area such as the ear. If the bleeding is persistent, even after putting pressure on the area for a short while, then I recommend seeing your vet as you may need them to help stop the flow.

23 August 2020 at 1:24pm

Chickens

Lola

Can this be used on chickens feet for bumble foot?

  • VioVet Staff

Bumble foot is an infection within the chicken''s foot itself. This is a spray on aluminium wound plaster and is most suitable for minor wounds/cuts as a protectant. The infection with bumble foot is deep so it is unlikely to help treat the problem, I would advise contacting your vet as sometimes prescription antibiotics are required for this issue.

9 September 2019 at 8:13pm

Ingredients

billy

hi,
i would like to know the harmful ingredients in this product please and the risks involved with using it. I want to use as natural a product as possible on my horse.
thanks very much

  • VioVet Staff

Hello,

Thank you for your question,

This is not harmful but it is not natural and is not suitable for the face. It is enviroment friendly and if you want a more natural one they sell a first aid spray.

I will attach the link here.

https://www.viovet.co.uk/Aqueos-Wound-Skin-Infection-Control-Spray/c32706/?sct_t=1568891287&sct_q=aqueos+first+aid+spray+200ml&sct_r=1

Thank you.

13 September 2017 at 10:22am

Can this be used on dog paws?

Sarah Painter

  • VioVet customer since 2017
  • From: Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

My dog has started getting sores on his paws, my vets advice is to walk him on lead, to return if becomes infected, that's it.
So I've decided to bathe his paws in a shallow Epsom salt bath, been doing that twice a day for the last 2 days, I dry and put f10 on, tape cotton wool pads to his feet and bandage his paws. In the evening after his Epsom and f10 treatment I do not bandage them. I am not allowing him out other than to go to the toilet (He wears balloon shoes) and plan to see how his paws are in a week to see if we can start going out properly. At that point I'll want some extra protection for his then very pamperd paws, without bandages, tape or shoes.
Would this work?
And if not do you know what would be suitable?

  • VioVet Staff

Hello.

It sounds like you are doing all the right things and his paws should make a full recovery soon. The stick on plaster would help to give additional protection and reduce the risk of infection, so we would advise giving it a try.

Many thanks.

2 January 2015 at 5:22pm

Spray plaster

Karen potter

Hi violet my dog has a wound to his tail from whipping it al the time, is it safe to use a spray plaster on his wound and is it non toxic if he licks it?
Thanks
Karen potter

  • VioVet Staff

This should be perfectly safe and will be a help, but a wound on the tip of the tail of a dog is the classic situation where it goes on for months and never gets the chance to heal. This is worse in dogs with a very short coat, which may or may not apply to your dog. It is fine to use the spray, but you might also need to try and prevent further damage caused by him bashing it on walls etc all the time. A carefully applied bandage can help sometimes, but it is very skilled to get this to stay on while not causing damage by restricting the blood supply. If in doubt, you should see your vet.

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