Cotton Wool & Gauze

Great value highly absorbent cotton wool in a low adherent (ie non-sticking) tubular gauze cover.

Description

The Cotton Wool and Gauze Roll is Kelato’s highly absorbent cotton wool in a low adherent (ie non-sticking) tubular gauze cover.

Why do I need it?

  • First Aid: excellent when used as a Robert-Jones bandage, instead of using separate rolls of gauze and cotton wool.
  • Support: cushioned padding provides support for the fetlock, hock and tendons.
  • Insulation: helps keep tendons and muscles warm when exercising and travelling.
  • Wounds: can also be used as a wound dressing for infected and discharging wounds, plus provides protective wound padding.

Each roll is individually wrapped to maintain cleanliness and hygiene.

 

Specifications

Sizes
Kelato Cotton Wool and Gauze comes in 2 sizes.

– 250g is 15cm wide and 3m long.
– 500g is 30cm wide and 3.5m long.

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