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  • Curad Cast Protector Adult Leg, 2 Count
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Curad Cast Protector Adult Leg, 2 Count

Curad

Curad Cast Protector Adult Leg, 2 Count

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Product Description Product Description
  • Wound Care Products/Casts
  • Protector Cast, Curad, Adult Leg, 2/Bx
  • Made in: United States
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We've tried a few products and this is our favorite!We have tried a number of "cast protectors" to keep post-surgical legs dry when showering, and this has been the best product in our experience. This particular one would be good for anyone who has a cast or bandages that must be kept dry and does not go above the knee. What makes this product great is that you put it on just like you would a sock -- you don't need any straps or gaskets. And the plastic is flexible and substantial so there is less risk of creating tears or holes. Of course, you still wouldn't want to dunk this into water or even have water spraying directly onto it (which I would say is the case with most of this type of product).If you are new to having to keep an injured leg dry while showering, here are some tips ... You'll need a shower chair anyway, so make sure you have that. Also, if you don't already have one, get a handheld showerhead with an extra long hose, which you can easily screw on in place of a fixed showerhead. If your shower uses shower curtains, get an extra shower curtain and shower hooks and put one on either side of the chair. Then the patient can sit on the shower chair and stick their affected leg (with a cast protector) out of the tub between the two shower curtains, resting on the edge of the bathtub if you have one. If you don't have a bathtub, get a plastic stool to rest your injured foot out of the shower stream. If you want extra "insurance," put a clean dry hand towel over the top edge of the cast protector. 5REVISED & DOWNGRADED REVIEWBelow is my original review from several years ago. Due to subsequent problems, I continued to purchase this product and watched with alarm as the quality degraded. Now (2019) the sleeves only last for a handful of uses before water starts seeping in.****I have a deep leg ulcer that cannot get wet. Showering was torture, even when I had home health care to help me. That business with the trash bag and the masking tape, and the footstool to keep it elevated made showering torture--not to mention that it was useless, water always seeped in.I ordered these without high expectations, but they have been wonderful. They are made of plastic, but heavier than trash bags and they have a different feel that is hard to describe. For the life of me, I don't understand how it is that they grip so tightly and well. When they're on, they're water tight, when they're off, you can't really tell what makes the seal work so well. But the point is that it does: not a drop gets in. If my bandage gets any moisture at all it's because I wasn't fast enough in drying the leg above the wound, but the bandage comes out as dry as it went in.Until I found it difficult to shower, I had no idea I would miss it so much or get such joy about being able to take a nice, long, leisurely shower again without worry. These things are great! 2Works As Intended!it does what it's supposed to do... very well indeed. if (unfortunately) you find yourself looking at this product, chances are that there's a very good reason for it. that said, we were in such a predicament & bought these hoping they'd work out. turns out that for a knee-to-toes cast, these bags worked extremely well and yes, IN THE SHOWER. if the instructions are followed properly (not too complicated stuff really) and the bag is kept intact (e.g. no tears, rips, holes, etc.) then they'll do what they're supposed to do w/ out having to hang a leg out the side or the curtain or door, whatever. you can easily take a normal shower (though you might have to "one-leg" it for a bit - ymmv) & these plastic cast protectors will do you very well. no complaints whatsoever; the bags are relatively sturdy (the mil of the plastic) & dry pretty rapidly by simply hanging up when not in use. these were a fabulous investment to mitigate the challenges of bathing while in a leg cast & we'd highly recommend them - excellent value in our objective opinion. 5So much better than a trash bag and duct tapeWhen I first got my cast on I asked the technician about bathing. He gave me a weird look and told me "just don't get your cast wet, whatever you do." OK, gotcha. But HOW do I do that? He was pretty apathetic, but he finally said, "Just use a trash bag and duct tape." He even told me not to bother buying special bags because they're a waste of money and don't work.I tried the duct tape and garbage bag for two showers and absolutely hated it. The first time I accidentally taped the bag to my leg hair. Yikes. I did better the second time, but I still had to hold the bag with one hand.I was so happy when I found these Curad leg bags here on Amazon. What a difference.I wish there had been some instructions, because it took me a while to figure out how to get this on. It turns out that the semi-circle notch in the top was still sealed from production, but I just had to pull it apart. I didn't realize that my huge foot and leg were supposed to go through that little orifice. This is what creates the tension to hold it on your leg though. It worked PERFECTLY!I still don't trust it 100% to stop all water from seeping into my leg, especially since I can't make a perfect seal with hairy legs. So I use what I call the "Captain Morgan" stance in my shower. I prop my foot up on the edge of the basin and put all my weight on the other leg while I shower. This keeps the water from draining down my leg and possibly seeping through the seal.After the shower I dried off the bag just as if I were drying off my bare leg. Then I hung it upside down to make sure it was 100% dry.I also dropped one of my unused leg bags into my laptop bag and took it to work. It's supposed to rain today, so I'll put this on if it comes down too hard._____________________________UPDATE FOR COLD WEATHER:My leg is still in a cast and I'm still learning and coping with the adjustments that this requires.Last week I spent six days in the snow--not a lot of snow, but it doesn't take much to get your cast wet. My doctor had been very clear about telling me not to get it wet, so I did everything I could to comply.I discovered two things:* My toes got cold pretty quickly, even with a fabric cast cover (Leg Cast Cover - Green Camo (Regular Cast)).* Keeping the cast dry was nearly impossible.After a day and a half I solved both problems. The solution included the fabric cover, two of these plastic covers, and a dish towel.I quickly discovered that just using one of the plastic cast covers that I use in the shower didn't really work to keep the cast dry. There was too much wear and tear to keep it from springing little holes and letting water in. Luckily this fabric cast cover absorbed most of that. But to really keep it dry, I used two of the plastic covers. First I put a good clean (no holes) plastic cover over the cast. Then I stuffed a dish towel into the one that I'd used and partially damaged the day before. Finally I pulled that second one with the dish towel over the first one. The result was a double-bagged leg, or maybe even triple-bagged. I had the camo fabric cover, then one plastic cover, and then a second plastic cover with a dish towel folded up at the bottom. The dish towel kept any significant moisture from getting in and also provided a second layer of insulation from the cold. Problem solved.The slippery plastic cover was pretty deadly in the snow, but I took it slow and relied on a crutch. 5Amazing simple product that works perfectlyThis product is hard to believe. You take it out of the box, and you see a medium-weight plastic bag in the rough shape of your cast but bigger. Then you see that the top of the plastic bag has a round hole about 3 inches in diameter. You pull on it and the hole stretches a little, but from appearances, if you pull this thing onto your cast the hole will rip.OK, you pull it on over the cast, and surprise, the whole stretches and it goes on. The hole is still round. Now the hole is over your leg at the top of the cast, and darn it, it's tight against your skin! It appears to be a nice tight fit. Not uncomfortable, but tight. Will it hold water?The final surprise, it holds water. You shower, after a while ignoring the thing over your cast. When you take it off after your shower, your cast is quite dry. It held back the water without any tape!I've just had the third surgery on my foot, and wish I'd had this for the first two. I'll have the cast on for 60 days, so I've bought two boxes (four bags) so that I'll be sure to have enough. I've used it just once so far, so don't know how many uses I'll get out of each one--but I'm sure that the next use will be fine, because it looks just like new.The only caution that I'd offer is to be careful to not drag the opening over the cast, but instead to hold it open so that it doesn't touch the cast as you pull it on. That's not hard to do, and it'll prolong the life of the cast protector.This is a remarkable product. I was skeptical when I ordered, but Amazon's return policy emboldened me. Wow, am I glad I ordered this! If you have a cast on your lower leg or foot, you'll be thankful for this. 5Lifesaver!This thing works great! You get 2 in the box. When I first put this on, I thought this would no way keep water out in the shower, but it works great!The hole at the top also didn't seem like it would be large enough, but it is. It seems to stretch to fit and then retract to form a watertight seal. I have been using this for 3 weeks and it has never let a drop of water in (just make sure your leg is dry before you remove it). It is strong but light, very easy to slide on over a bulky dressing and doesn't pull on the dressing or pull it down. I just hang it up (away from the cat) to air dry until the next day's shower and it's ready to use again. The description on Amazon's page says it's blue but it's not. It is clear plastic. On me, it only covers up to my knee (not above). I did not try to swim in it, so I don't know if it would work for this. But I do not try to keep my leg out of the water at all while showering and it keeps me dry. I've had a dressing from toes to knee for 4 months and this was a lifesaver! And it was WAY cheaper than the bulky, blue Dry Pro Cast Protector that cost me $35 and didn't work as well. 5Amazing invention-forget the bags/tape thingSimply amazing. Whoever came up with this should win a Nobel prize. Forget all the blah-blah here about the protector and just order it. The protector fit over my giant wrapped foot and my boot cast with no problem. The water was streaming right on the protected leg and not one drop of water got on my leg. The plastic protector is soft and comfortable and fits over anything. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this product. 5worth it. work better than expectedi am a large man with both legs wrapped from just below knee to ankle. at first i seen the opening and thought no way, but turns out they realy put thought into these. i have used them for about a week now. they are not slick in tub (soapy floor could change that with anything). tons of room. goes easily over wrapps. and yes it seals. for the price they are worth it. 5Save Your Money & Buy These Cast Protectors - They're the Cheapest & Best!Out of the 3 cast/bandage protectors I purchased, this was the only one that worked. Not only did it work well, but also it was the cheapest solution for my problem.So, I heartily agree with the other reviewers who pointed out that this is the cheapest, most effective and easiest cast/bandage protector to use. When I had problems getting the other arm cast/bandage protector & the other foot cast/bandage protector to work properly, I decided to try using the extra plastic foot protector they included in the Curad 2-pack on my upper arm. It looked pretty weird, i.e., the foot area was where my fingers rested, but it worked well enough for me to use both arms to shampoo my hair. So, I used both of them - one to cover the upper arm and the other, to cover my infected toe/foot.CVS let me return one of the extra products, but Amazon Prime would NOT allow me to return the other one that didn't fit!! So, my advice to you is, just buy this Curad product TO USE FOR YOUR ARM OR YOUR FEET! You don't need to waste your money on any of the other bandage/cast protector products! 5Works great - 2 weeks of daily showers and first protector still in good shape!This product worked great for me. I have a bandage wrap that cannot get wet. I had tried one with a gasket (UGH! Cut off circulation!) and an adjustable (Leaked no matter what I did) so I wondered if this would work. For a package of two, the cost was less than half of the others I had tried. So I wasn't sure. But it worked! You do have to stretch it to get it over the bandage and your calf, but it snapped back into place at my knee and was tight and kept the wrap water proof thru my shower. I'm a larger person, so I had to stretch it a lot, but it snapped back and fit snug.The plastic it is made out of is thinner and doesn't seem to be as durable as the other protectors I tried, so I'm checking it each time before I use it. But so far, I've showered every day for 2 weeks and the one protector is still in good shape. I have to keep the wrap on for another two weeks, but if something goes wrong, I've got the second one I can use. Great! 5
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