How to Use ENGO
How to Apply ENGO Blister Patches
ENGO Blister Prevention Patches are a long-lasting alternative to traditional blister bandages. You apply ENGO directly to your shoes—not your skin—to prevent blister-causing friction and provide long-lasting blister prevention and relief. Here’s how to get started with ENGO:
- Select the patch that is right for you, based on the area where you have a blister:
- Heel: ENGO Back of Heel Patches (2 count)
- Arch: ENGO Large Oval Patches (4 count)
- Ball of foot: ENGO Large Oval Patches (4 count)
- Side of foot: ENGO Large Oval Patches (4 count)
- Toes: ENGO Oval Blister Patch Variety Patch (6 count)
- Skates, Helmets, Boots: ENGO Rectangle Blister Patches (2 count)
- Multiple Blisters: ENGO Blister Prevention Patch Variety Pack (27 count)
Tip: A good rule of thumb is to select a patch that is slightly larger than troubled area or blister.
- Remove half of the patch from the backing, using the backing to create a tab. Use tab for handling patch.
- Apply adhesive side of ENGO patch to desired location of clean, dry footwear.
Tip: ENGO may last longer when anchored to a surface. For example, wrapping patches around the edge/sides of the insole.
- Peel remaining backing away from patch.
Tip: If blisters form at interface of footwear & insole, use two patches. One patch is placed on the footwear. The other patch is placed on the insole. A smooth interface is created.
- Press firmly around entire patch surface to secure.
To protect remaining patched and preserve their quality, store your unused patches in the re-closable, heavy duty ENGO bag that they came in.
- Enjoy blister-free running, walking, hiking, sports, and exercising!
Tips: Maximizing the Lifespan of ENGO Blister Prevention Patches
Tips: How to Apply ENGO Back-of-Heel Patches
Tips: How to Apply ENGO for Edge & Side Blisters