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What are Cast and Bandage Protectors?

Cast and bandage protectors are designed to keep the cast and bandage dry during bathing, showering, or swimming. They easily stretch over the cast and form a watertight seal to prevent water penetration. Cast protectors are also used to cover wounds, stitches, ports, PICC lines, etc. When you have a cast on, it becomes difficult and a serious hassle to carry out everyday tasks like taking a shower or washing your hair. Thankfully, a waterproof cast cover will allow you to stay active, comfortable, and independent. By using these cast covers, you can resume normal showering activity during the recovery period.

Health products for you carry a wide range of safe and durable cast and bandage protectors made with high-grade material that will keep your cast and bandage clean and dry while you shower, swim or soak in the bathtub. We have cast covers for arms, elbows, legs, knees, and feet in different sizes. Mabis DMI Foot and Ankle Cast and Bandage Protector come with an elastic opening and latex strap to help ensure a tight seal and offer waterproof protection. We also provide cast covers for children, such as SealTight Pediatric Original Cast and Bandage Protector.

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Cast Protector Buying Guide


Not all cast covers protect casts while fully immersed in water. Go for fully waterproof covers if you want to use them for swimming or water sports. SealTight Sport Cast and Bandage Protector is made of high-performance TPE material and can be used for swimming, water sports, whirlpools, hot tubs, bathing, or showering.


Different size options are available for cast covers. So, before buying, take proper measurements and double-check the size to ensure they are not too big or too small.


Ensure cast covers are made of high-quality material like PVC, which is waterproof. If you have allergies, it is important to check the product is latex-free.

How to Use Waterproof Cast Cover?

Where to Buy Cast Covers Online?

Health Products For You offers a huge collection of durable and high-quality cast and bandage protectors designed to keep your cast and bandage dry while allowing you to take care of your personal hygiene. These products are from our esteemed vendors like Brown Medical, Mabis DMI Healthcare, Advanced Orthopaedics, McKesson, and many more. Buy cast cover and enjoy a hassle-free shower while recovering.

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