Protect Your Child’s Arm or Leg Cast This Summer

July 09, 2013

Kids broken arm waterproof cast protector

There is nothing more frustrating, for both parent and child, than the trauma and recovery from a broken arm or leg. Even if it isn’t summer, curtailing water sports and activities, there is never a convenient season of the year. Showers and baths can’t be put on hold. What do you do? Dry Pro waterproof cast protectors will keep it dry during bathing or in inclement weather and help prevent harmful infections from developing on the skin beneath the cast. The Dry Pro’s patented vacuum sealed technology protects a broken bone from water, sand, dirt, and dust.
If you or someone you know has broken their arm – get DRY PRO!

Worked Quite Well, July 09, 2013
By: Welwel
“My daughter broke her wrist while on vacation, and the cast cover saved the day, she was able to enjoy the sun, sand, and water. Definitely a good product.” 

Great, June 27, 2013
By: Mom
“My six-year-old son broke his arm at the beginning of summer. This cover allowed him to swim and take baths without fear of getting the cast wet. It did sweat some inside but it was well worth the money. Would highly recommend!”

I would highly recommend this!, April 23, 2013
By: Anne Singleton
“This kept our son’s arm dry both in the ocean and the pool. It takes two people to help slip it over the cast, but it’s worth the effort.”

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