No more running out of alcohol swabs for me.

A month ago, I was starting to run out of isopropyl alcohol swabs. I use them pretty often—they’re good for more than just cleaning the skin prior to puncture. For example, they can be used to dissolve sticker residue, among other things.

Recently, an idea came to my mind: what if I got a roll (or two) of cellulose swabs and antiseptic (ethanol/isopropanol) spray? I began to do some calculations and found out it’s less costly in the long run.

Since cellulose swabs are absorbent, I can also use them to soak up blood from a bleeding wound if someone gets injured.

Let me know in the comments below if you have any other ideas, maybe I’ll consider them!






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