Adult Short Leg Cast And Bandage Protector
Comfort Seal waterproof cast and bandage protectors are the easy way to keep water out during showering, bathing or play. All Comfort-seal products are easy to use and guaranteed to perform. Comfort-Seal keeps casts and bandages dry. The easy, durable way to stay dry for showering and bathing, Comfort-seal Original Cast cover is the best watertight protection available. Easy to apply. Application ring eliminates need for strapping, pumps or hook & loop closure. The diaphragm stretches easily over cast or bandage to form watertight seal. Durable polyvinyl bag prevents water penetration. Reusable. Lasts the life of the cast.
- Fully sealed by a unique vacuum ring. Moisture protection for plaster and synthetic casts, bandages, rashes, prosthesis, splints, burns and lacerations.
- Made of high quality PVC, polypropylene and rubber. Light, hygienic, washable material which is not slippery and will not stick to your leg.
- Easily pulled on and off in a non-painful way. Good for slim and thick leg or foot. Shower as normal. Travel friendly.
- Best for showering, bathing, swimming or for outdoor activities when recovering from injuries, surgeries, accidents,or when suffering from medical conditions such as cuts, rashes, burns, skin problems, wounds & scratches.
- Water tight seal to keep your cast or bandage dry in the bath, shower, and general outdoor weather conditions.
- Crafted with durable PVC liners and the diaphragm does not contain latex making this reusable.
- Excellent watertight Seal Easy one-handed application.
- Non Latex reusable Design.
- Adult Leg Cast Cover Size: 25" Length X 16.5" Height x 7.4" Width Fits most Adults comfortably.
Instructions to Use:
TO PUT ON:
- Remove any sharp jewelry and smooth out all rough edges on your cast to prevent tearing the diaphragm.
- Using your thumb, stretch the diaphragm to make room to insert your cast. Insert your cast into the cast cover.
- Once completely over your cast, push the plastic ring toward the cast so the inner edge of the diaphragm points up and away from the cast.