Re: Do I need to dry the inside of my fiberglass cast that got wet in shower?
If you have a vacuum cleaner with a hose, you can hold the hose of the vacuum against your cast and turn the vacuum on. This will pull the air from the ends of the cast and out where you have the hose settled. It creates a safe current that helps dry the skin underneath. It also helps with the itching.
It is very important to keep the cast dry because you can have skin problems if you don't.
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