My aircast boot collects water inside the plastic shell! It is droplets of condensed water that accumulates on the inside of the plastic shell ..between plastic and foam lining (not between foot and lining). May be it is moist air and the warmth of leg vs cold plastic causes this..but this is the same whether I wear thick socks or not. Can I stuff the boot with towels to soak up the water? Supplier company said that they had NEVER heard a complaint of this sort before. My doctor said the same...but I read it happens on Google. Can you gice me ideas to sort out that problem
My doctor is not happy with me taking off the boot to aereate or dry it. I should keep boot on as if it is a plaster cast. I'm not happy about
the daily work of taking out the liner and blow drying the inside either or worrying about
moving my foot.
Even if I aereare or blow dry the inside...give it 3 hours of wearing and the plastic collects water again! Wasnt the point to keep my cast completely dry..well how can it itself be made to generate water?
Post Edited (Sophiasophia) : 2/7/2020 4:25:53 PM (GMT-7)