Dry Pro Cast Protectors
Bathe, Shower, Even Swim and Keep Your Cast, Bandage and Prosthesis Completely Dry!
The Dry Pro is Completely Watertight
Keeping your Bandages, Prosthesis, and
Casts Dry. The Dry Pro Pro Pump offers the
only leg and arm cast protection in the world
with the patented vacuum seal to keep your
bandage or cast dry. It is so completely and
totally waterproof, between the waterproof
fabric and the vacuum seal, that you can
even dive off a diving
board or ride the ocean waves and still have your cast stay
completely dry. The Dry Pro shower cast cover fits snugly yet
comfortably offering cast protection during a shower, a bath, and even
an active swim. Unlike "modified garbage bag" products, the cast
protection offered by the Dry Pro shower cast cover is unmatched, it
cannot slip off. You can't even pull it off!
Easy To Use
1. Slide on Dry Pro - Stretch on the Dry Pro waterproof bandage
cover so that it completely covers the cast or bandage plus an additional
inch. The top should be smooth against the skin. Be careful of sharp
objects. A fingernail, sharp fiberglass threads on a cast, can rip the
Dry Pro cast and bandage protector. 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.
2. Pump out the air - Continue to press the bulb until it remains flat
and the Dry Pro waterproof clothing is completely wrinkled. 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 Dry Pro waterproof clothing stays collapsed and wrinkled, the vacuum
is intact and the Dry Pro bandage protector cannot leak or come off.
3. Slide off - When you are done using the Dry Pro waterproof clothing,
simply lift up the cuff to let the air back in. The Dry Pro waterproof bandage
cover should now be loose. Simply slide it back off.
Dry Pro Arm and Leg Cast Covers Sizing
Arm and Leg Cast Covers are designed to fit snugly, especially the opening at the end of the cast cover where the arm and leg cast covers must remain sealed. To create a good vacuum seal the opening for your specific cast cover needs to be smaller than your limb.
Arm Cast Cover Sizes
|Arm Cast Cover Style
||16 in (40 cm)
||5.75 in (15 cm) |
||23 in (58 cm)
||6 in (15 cm) |
||28 in (71 cm)
||7.75 in (20 cm) |
||31.5 in (80 cm)
||9 in (22 cm) |
|Small Half Arm
||17.25 in (43 cm)
||7.25in (18 cm) |
||20 in (51 cm)
||8.75 in (22 cm) |
Leg Cast Cover Sizes
|Leg Cast Cover Style
||19 in (48 cm)
||7 in (18 cm)|
||29 in (73 cm)
||13 in (33 cm)|
||32.5 in (82 cm)
||15.75 in (40 cm)|
||37 in (94 cm)
||19 in (48 cm)|
|Small Half Leg
|Large Half Leg
||23.5 in (59 cm)
||11 in (28 cm)|
1) Measure Length
ARM: Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the top end of the cast or prosthetic. If the cast goes above the elbow, follow the bend of the arm.
LEG: Measure from the back of the heel (from the floor) to the top end of the cast or prosthetic.
*Choose a Dry Pro waterproof cast cover that is at least 2 inches LONGER than your measurement. Don't worry if the Dry Pro Pro Pump waterproof cast cover is too long. The excess material of the cast sock will flatten down when the air is pumped out.
2) Measure Opening
ARM: Measure the circumference of the arm just above the cast or bandage (If the end of the cast is very close to the elbow, measure mid bicep.)
LEG: Measure the circumference of the leg just above the cast or bandage (If the end of the cast is very close to the knee, measure mid thigh.)
*Choose a Dry Pro waterproof cast cover that is at least 1 inch SMALLER than your measurement. To create a good vacuum seal the opening of the cast sock needs to be smaller than your limb.