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What materials are used to make the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion?
The ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion is made of neoprene with nickel plated brass valves. The cover top and side materials are 100% FR polyester. The bottom material is 100% polyester reinforced PVC.
Can the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion be used as a floatation device?
Do not use the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion as a flotation device.
Can the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion be punctured?
Keep the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion away from sharp objects, which may puncture the air cells and cause it to deflate.
Will oil-based lotions degrade the material on the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion?
Do not allow oil-based lotions or lanolin come in contact with the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion, as they may degrade the material.
What are the cleaning instructions for the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion?
To clean the cushion of the ROHO Enhancer Dry Flotation Cushion, remove the cover, close the valve(s), and place it in a large sink. Gently scrub the cushion surface with a soft plastic bristle brush, sponge, or washcloth. Use a dishwashing soap, laundry detergent, or other multi-purpose detergent for general cleaning. Rinse with fresh water and pat dry with a towel or air dry. To disinfect the cushion, a solution of 1/2 C liquid household bleach per quart of warm water can be used. Keep the clean cushion wet with a bleach solution for 10 minutes, then rinse and dry per cleaning instructions. In an institution protocol demands sterilization, open the valves, and used the lowest temperature possible for the shortest time possible. It is highly discouraged to use sterilization methods using temperatures greater than 200°F / 93°C. Gas sterilization is preferable to steam autoclave, but neither is recommended. If steam autoclaving, make sure all valves are open.
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