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IN-SILVER SPRAY ON BANDAGE 75g, For Horses, Cattle, Dogs & Other Pets & Animals

$35.00

In-Silver is a convenient and water-resistant aerosol aluminium bandage used as a protective barrier against external irritants on simple wounds (minor cuts and abrasions), in small and large animals.

WATER RESISTANT SPRAY ON BANDAGE

In-Silver water-resistant and adhesive properties make it an effective alternative to bandaging active animals or those hard to reach places, making it a must have for your medical kit.

To inspect the wound, In-Silver can be easily removed with warm soapy water.

Reapplication should occur daily to every 3 days to ensure an optimal bacterial barrier is maintained until healed.

Benefits of In-Silver:

  • Fast, easy and painless spray application
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Water-resistant
  • Easily washed off with warm soapy water
  • Allows wound to oxygenate to aid healing
  • Helps shrink body tissue and limit bleeding
  • Can be applied over the top of other topical ointments and applications
  • Acts as protective barrier to safeguard wound from bacterial contamination (dirt, moisture & insects) reducing risk of infection
  • Can be used safely on horses, dogs, cats, poultry and other farm animals

Directions For Use:

 Shake well before use. Thoroughly clean and disinfect the wound before application. Apply a thin layer of In-Silver to the wound area. Repeat daily to every 3 days or as directed by a veterinarian.

In-Silver does not contain sulfa or antibiotics, making it safe to use on animals intended for consumption.

Warnings:

  • External use only.
  • For veterinary use only.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not spray in or near the eyes.

This product will stain. Avoid contact with hands, clothes, and other objects.
Not intended for use in deep, infected, open/draining or complex wounds. Consult a veterinarian if in doubt.

Storage:

Store below 30°C and away from direct sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures over 50°C.

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