wrap an elastic or Ace bandage around your cast so the Dry Pro is
protected from puncture by any sharp or scratchy surfaces of the
cast. This wrap will help enable the Dry Pro to
go on more smoothly. Next, stretch the opening to fit onto your
arm or leg,
making sure not to dig your fingernails into the Dry Pro.
Cover the cast or bandaged wound completely with the Dry Pro,
making sure the Dry Pro is in contact with the
skin at least one and a half inches above the cast or bandage.
If you have lots of hair on your arm
or leg, moistened the skin where the cuff of the Dry Pro will
be in contact in order to establish a good seal.
Dry Pro has a built in, one way valve on the attached
bulb pump. Squeeze the bulb until all the air is expelled from
within the Dry Pro. When
the bulb can no longer be squeezed, you're assured that it has
created a vacuum seal. Take off the bulb pump and push on the safety
cap. Test the Dry Pro for about three minutes
to make sure air isn't getting in, and if that's the case, you're
ready to hit the water!
We suggest you not wear the Dry Pro for longer
than 30-45 minutes at any one time. And you know kids.they love to play and don't know how long
they've been in the water. Just open the safety cap, insert two
fingers between the skin and the cuff of the Dry Pro to let the
air back in. Allow the circulation in the limb to flow again naturally.
And they don't need to remove the Dry Pro. After a few minutes,
evacuate the air out again and you're ready to continue your water
Be sure to rinse off the Dry Pro after immersing it
in chlorine or salt water. With normal use and care, your Dry Pro can last for a couple of years! Let's hope you don't have to be
in a cast again, but if you do, you'll have the best product in
the world to waterproof your cast, bandage or prosthesis!
|Able Distributing Co .
11622 Fair Oaks Blvd, Suite #111
Fair Oaks, CA 95628