Choose if you would like fiberglass casting tape with your order. (Optional)$$
(Infant to 5yrs) 3-2" rolls of fiberglass casting tape. (6 yrs-10 yrs) - 3-3" roll of fiberglass casting tape. (11-16 yrs) - 1-3" roll and 2-4" rolls of fiberglass casting tape. (17 - up) - 2-3" roll and 2-4" rolls of fiberglass casting tape. (17 - up) - 2-3" roll and 2-4" rolls of fiberglass casting tape.
Doctors carry fiberglass casting tape (the hard shell part) in their office.
They may not have the color you want or they could run out of it.
If you buy now you are guaranteed to have the color cast you want.
You will need to add it under "Choose to: ADD CAST TAPE"
Step #3.Downloading the instructions and take them to your doctor.
We have decided to save our trees and only offer the instructions via download to computer.
The following link provides you with complete information for application.
Delta Dry out performs other waterproof cast padding.
Delta Dry has the conformity of traditional cast padding with a soft feel.
AquaCast/Gore Procel tends to bunch up, creating an uncomfortable wrinkled cast.
Easy cast removal Delta Dry does not require special tools such as Cast Stop/Deflex Stip.
AquaCast/Procel requires this due to thin padding.
Delta Dry is a thicker softer cast padding.
Delta-Dry waterproof cast padding is individually packaged keeping it sanitary.
Cast Cooler can dry your wet cast faster.
Try Camoflauge cast tape, pink or green camo.
based on 2 Customer Reviews
Review On Dec 5, 2012 by Amy N of Frisco, TX
Broken leg Waterproof cast was great
I recently broke my leg and had the AquaCast put on first. At my cast change I decided to try this as it was cheaper in cost. This stuff was way better and softer of a feel. Dried as fast if not faster than the AquaCast. Thanks for selling it.
Review On Aug 1, 2012 by msskier of columbus, MS
waterproof cast material
I have used procell (or its predecessor) for both a full arm cast and for a short leg cast. For the second short leg cast I decided to try the Delta Dry material. This week I''ve been in our lake twice, for an hour each time. The material doesn''t absorb water and drains fairly quickly. As well or better than the quilted materials. It also provides more padding. Just being able to shower w/o wrapping a cast up is worth it. I wouldn''t consider getting a cast without using delta dry.