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A bandage spray comes in an aerosol can. When sprayed, the liquid spray gets sprayed onto the skin where there is a cut or wound, and within minutes it dries up to form a protective layer. It has Lidocaine which is a local anaesthetic and Cetrimide which acts as a disinfectant and antiseptic . It is very useful when one cuts oneself or has a bruise or a scratch. There are many in the market. An antiseptic one is preferable. This layer is waterproof, so the bruise or cut heals safely without being exposed fully or to infection and bacteria. For best results, one should spray once, let it dry, then spray another layer, and repeat again to form a strong protective layer. To remove the bandage, one needs to simply apply some oil.