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September 26, 2017

cast cover

play with a cast

“Nothing puts a damper on summertime fun for a kid like a broken arm.  Right in the heart of swimming pool/beach season, my son broke his arm.  Thankfully it was a somewhat minor buckle fracture that didn’t require any surgery.  However, he was so disappointed when he found out that a waterproof cast was not an option and that he would be sporting one for the remainder of the summer.  Time to figure out where I could get a waterproof cast cover stat!
So, I immediately took to the internet asking friends for recommendations for a good waterproof cast cover. A friend recommended this DryPro Waterproof Half Arm Cast Cover and I promptly ordered it. I was a little skeptical at first, but this thing saved our summer.

cast at the pool

You simply slide it on over the cast.  Then, use the little pump that comes with it to remove the air inside and cause a vacuum seal.  See picture above.
My son used it in the shower, at the pool and even to play in the ocean waves with no issues.  I would definitely recommend this if you’re in a cast and need a waterproof cast cover option!”

cast at the beach

 

-Beth E, Chasing Joy In The Chaos




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