I think the best part about this particular liquid bandage is the fact that it sprays on as opposed to being brushed on. I like that, as it presents itself as being more sanitary (the same brush isn't running over multiple cuts). The light amount it sprays may seem almost too little, but I've been pleased with how well it covers and protects the cut. It feels lightweight and doesn't impede regular activities. I've also found it less painful than some of the other liquid bandages that sting when you first put them on. Nexcare even works on animals. My dog got a nasty cut on the end of his tail once, and being a rather enthusiastic tail-wagger, bandages didn't stay very well. My vet recommended using this to help give a protective layer to the tail while it healed. It made life much easier and the spray container made applying the product to a wiggling animal a breeze. The one downfall is that while it protects pretty well, it does have a tendency to allow the wound to break open and bleed again if you do too much activity or really stress the area.