Okay, if you can stand a few more blister hints:
I recently discovered a product called "New Skin." An extremely helpful
cox recommended it, kudos to her.
The stuff comes in a small bottle of liquid (Aerosol spray can also
be bought for large scrapes on legs, arms, etc.). It goes on clear and only
stings when applied to open sores. It's loaded with disenfectant (hence
the sting) so infection isn't a problem. I would recommend draining a
blister before applying (I didn't and paid the price this morning). When
the liquid dries it "hardens" (it's still flexible) and it won't roll off
your fingers like a band-aid will.
"New Skin" can be found on the first aid aisle of your drug store
and it's about $3.50 a bottle.
Hope it helps.
Natalie B. Bolt CASE CREW