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Plaster Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protectors
Plaster Cast and Wound Dressing Waterproof Protectors to Keep your Casts and Dressings Dry and Infection-Proof During those Unavoidably Wet Situations. For A Safer Bathing Experience. Bathroom/ Bathing Safety Aids for Elderly, Child or Disabled, to meet all your Mobility/ Disability Bathing Needs.

Choose from our Wide offering of Bathroom Safety Aids and Supports to Increase your Safety and Independence...

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Bathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - ArmBathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - ArmComfortable and waterproof. Simply slip over a cast or dressing, on either the lower leg or arm - to protect them when you're taking a bath or shower. Re-usable and will last up to two months with average use. Not suitable for use with open or undressed wounds or when swimming...
Bathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - Full LegBathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - Full LegThese comfortable waterproof protectors simply slip over a cast or dressing on either the lower leg or arm to protect them when taking a bath or shower. They are re-usable and will last up to two months with average use. Not suitable for use with open or undressed wounds or when swimming.
Bathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - Half LegBathroom Aids - Cast and Dressing Waterproof Protector - Half LegThese comfortable waterproof protectors simply slip over a cast or dressing on either the lower leg or arm to protect them when taking a bath or shower. They are re-usable and will last up to two months with average use. Not suitable for use with open or undressed wounds or when swimming.
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