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AQUACAST Water Resistant Short Leg Cast Padding Kit

Your Price: $85.99
Aquacast is the original waterproof cast liner. It was originally invented by Gore the makers of Gor-tex cast liner. Allows you to swim while in a cast.
Part Number: AquaCast SLC Kit
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Aquacast Waterproof Cast Liner for a short leg cast

Aquacast is the original waterproof cast liner. It was originally invented by Gore the makers of Gor-tex cast liner. The materiel often used in ski coats.
It was originally called Gore Procel. This waterproof cast material has stood the test of time becoming a favorite among many of our doctors.

A broken ankle or foot can already be tough on it own, but to now have to deal with a dirty smelly cast on top of your injury. Which is why it is best to insist that your doctors let you get a waterproof cast for your broken bones.
Now you will be able to shower, bathe, and even swim in a cast. If you need a long leg cast LLC, simply double the order of the short leg cast!

* If you need a LONG LEG CAST (LLC), SIMPLY Double your order to QTY (2) and you will have enough to do a long leg cast.

It is important to insist on a waterproof cast.
We have 1000's of doctors who apply waterproof casts each year.

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*This product should be applied by a trained medical professional or for educational training. Always consult a doctor prior to use. Note: A waterproof cast is an alternative to traditional casting materials that cannot get wet. If a traditional cast gets wet, it is ruined and must be removed immediately. However, this does not mean that you can get your waterproof cast wet all day long and not allow a drying period. We recommend that you allow a drying period between wetting times such as bathing or swimming. A hair dryer on a low setting can speed up the process, but body heat needs to evaporate the remaining damp water inside the cast. This allows the patient to get a cast wet, and it not be ruined. But the cast still needs a drying time that will vary by person and cast type between wet periods in order to achieve full dryness.

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