Children adore adventures. They are inquisitive little people, which is why they’re frequently in danger of getting wounded. When children get splinters, it’s one of the most severe consequences.

If you have ever dealt with a splinter, you are well aware of the procedure. You no longer fluster since you understand what to do. Of course, at first, there is screaming and screaming as you deal with the discomfort, but they quickly give up their pleas for assistance.

You try to pull the chunk of shredded wood off their finger. A pair of tweezers is your recommended equipment. It won’t be simple, though. You believe you’ve got a firm grip on the wood only to have them yank away and sob louder after each fruitless attempt.

When you’re done with it, that may feel like a miracle!

That is something you don’t want to go through again, especially for your kid. It’s too stressful and unpleasant for them. Did you know, though, that there’s a “pain-free” method of removing a splinter?

In an effort to share her genius idea, mom Claire Bullen-Jones decided to go public. She could no longer handle the agony that youngsters suffer from splinters. As a result, she devised a painless method for removing splinters. Furthermore, there will be no more tugging and pulling.

On Facebook, Claire, who has been dubbed the “Splinter Ninja Extraordinaire,” advised her followers. Of course, this was quickly embraced as being genius. According to Claire’s suggestion, all you need is a syringe. Yes, a syringe that can be purchased at your local drugstore for next to nothing. Some even come complimentary with your children’s medications.

Claire posted:

“Kids got a splinter? Grab the Calpol box and take out the syringe that comes with it!”

Calpol is England’s equivalent to Infant Tylenol/ibuprofen in the United States.

She added:

“Put the small hole at the bottom of the syringe as best you can over the splinter. Once you know you’re above it, make sure the syringe is touching the skin-and pull! Make sure there’s no gaps otherwise you won’t get it! The syringe will more than likely pull it out in the first go! Pain-free, no tugging and pulling, and no little ones upset or scared at getting it out!”

You no longer need to tweeze the splinter because you may simply suck it out with your mouth.

A few more hints were added by this clever mother. She urged everyone to DOT IT QUICKLY!

“Don’t pull slowly! You need to pull rather quickly! If it’s a stubborn splinter, just do this a couple of times. Saves so much time, and well worth seeing the kids smile at the end of it rather than red faces and tears!” She continued, “Because the plastic is clear, you can check what’s been taken out of the skin!”

When you use a syringe, you can determine whether or not the splinter has been completely removed and how much of it was removed. One of the many advantages if you prefer to employ this method is that you can see whether or not the splinter has been fully extracted and how much of it was removed.

Have you ever tried to remove a splinter from a child’s finger before? If you haven’t, I recommend that you try it the next time.