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Step 1: Slip It On


After you have sized and purchased your Dry Pro cast cover appropriately, simply stretch on the Dry Pro waterproof cover so that it completely covers the cast or bandage, plus an additional inch. The top should be smooth against the skin*. If the Dry Pro feels too tight, you may need to trim the top slightly to increase the opening size.  Be careful of sharp objects and fingernails.


Step 2: Pump It Out


Now it's time to simply pump out the air using the attached hand-held pump. Continue to press the pump until it remains flat and the Dry Pro waterproof cast cover is completely wrinkled. Next, simply remove the pump and push on the safety cap. Observe the Dry Pro waterproof cast and bandage cover for a few minutes before going in the water. As long as the waterproof cover stays collapsed and wrinkled, the vacuum is intact and the bandage protector cannot leak or come off.


Step 3: Slide It Off


When you are done using the Dry Pro cover and are no longer near water, simply lift up the cuff to break the seal and let air back in. The Dry Pro waterproof cast cover should now be loose and allow you to simply slide it back off.


It's that simple!

Notes: Do not leave the Dry Pro on for extended periods of time. We recommend removing it after every 45 minutes of use. Do not use in vascular compromised patients. Steady yourself in wet slippery areas. Always follow your doctor's advice.

*Putting a soft ace bandage or a tube sock with the toe cut out over the fiberglass cast will help reduce sharp fiberglass threads from cutting into the Dry Pro waterproof bandage cover.

 

 
 
                     

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