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I found them very helpfull on the phone and the kit was not expensive in my opinion.
I ordered a box of 12 sets, 3-0, 19mm, 3/8 round, cosmetic cut, 18" long nylon. tripple packed in an alcohal bath. Thies will be great for most any simple close up. I.E. accidental saw or knife cut. if I were to fall and split my knee thies will work great to hold the flap closed. if I have to remove a foreign object like a large splinter thies will again work great to close it up. Allmost anytime I need to do a simple close up.
In the past I have used a strong carpet thread and a straight needle, it worked ok BUT any job is better with the proper tools. Hopefully I will not need them again but I have them if I do.
maby this will be helpfull so someone here. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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It's pretty amazing to watch a bleeding wound quickly "knit" together with cyanoacrylate glue. Even cooler is to watch someone practiced at it work through the blood, looks like it's never going to work when suddenly, the bleeding simply stops and the wound edges are bound together.
I have a daughter. I tell her, "911 is what you dial after you're raped. 1911 is what you should have before they try."
The wife has sewed me up several times with a needle and thread. It aint easy,but good tequila helps
i had some old wives that had me all sewed up but they used lawyers.
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