You're right, Torbot Skin Tac Adhesive Wipes are awesome and stand up to anything! I found the product here on Tu (put "skin tac" in the search). I wear nitrile gloves so I don't have sticky fingers handling the serter…"
"My son had a terrible time with his sites coming off - especially in the summer months. We came across Skin Tac and use that before insertion. It is very sticky and seems to hold it in place for 3 days - thru soccer practice, numerous showers,…"
"We use IV preps as well, there are many different types though. we order them by serial # (unfortunately i don't know it off hand). and those particular ones seem to work best. although with swimming and the hot weather coming up i don't…"
"I have used the quick sets for 5 years without one ever coming off unless I accidently insert it exactly where my the waist band of my pants hits, and it gets caught and pulled off while I am dressing. I think the Quik sets are pretty good, but then…"
I have been using the Quik sets and have never had a problem with them coming off.. .BUT, I decided to try the new MIO sets and have lost at least 4 of them to not being sticky enough and getting hit the wrong way and coming right…"
"I have been most happy using Sure-T's and Hypafix by Smith and Nephew. I use the 4" by 10 yard box and pay around $15 - $20. This box will last me a year if not longer. I am aware that many others also us the Hypafix with great results.…"
hi, Tamara, welcome! I live in northwestern NJ, in Sussex County. just wondering who has diabetes in your life. We have some wonderful groups here for parents - tell me if you are looking for anything special, I'd be glad to help out.
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