How to Use 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:
1. Select the patch that is right for you
Choose the right patch for you, based on the area where you have a blister and the size of the blister. A good rule of thumb is to select a patch that is slightly larger than troubled area or blister.
- Heel: ENGO Back of Heel Patches (2 count)
- Arch: ENGO Large Oval Patches (4 count)
- Ball of foot: ENGO Oval 6 Pack (6 count)
- Side of foot: ENGO Large Oval Patches (4 count)
- Toes: ENGO Oval 6 Pack (6 count)
- Skates, Helmets, Boots: ENGO Rectangle Blister Patches (2 count)
- Multiple Blisters: ENGO Blister Prevention Patch Variety Pack
2. Partially Peel Off the Patch
Remove half of the patch from the backing, using the backing to create a tab. Use tab for handling patch.
3. Stick the ENGO Patch in Your Shoe
Apply adhesive side of the ENGO patch to the desired location of clean, dry footwear or brace. If blisters form at interface of footwear & insole, use two patches. Place one patch in your shoe and the other on the insole.
Tip: ENGO may last longer when anchored to a surface. For example, wrapping patches around the edge/sides of the insole.
4. Press Patch Down Firmly
Press firmly around entire patch surface to secure. For extra strong adhesion, use a hairdryer to warm up the adhesive.
5. Store Your Remaining Patches
To protect remaining patched and preserve their quality, store your unused patches in the original ENGO packaging.
Enjoy blister-free running, walking, hiking, sports, and exercising!