Hand washing procedure
- Fill a vessel or sink with water.
- Dampen sleeve in water.
- Add small amount of detergent.
- Let sleeve soak.
- Without stretching, rub the fibers of the sleeve together gently.
- Empty the vessel and refill with water, rinse the sleeve.
- Dry sleeve as indicated below.
How do you wash a compression garment?
Caring for Your Compression Garment
- You can wash your garment by hand or use a washing machine.
- Placing your garment in a mesh laundry bag helps protect them during wash cycles.
- Use warm water, a mild soap or detergent or Jolastic® Washing Solution.
- Do not use chlorine bleach to clean your stocking.
Can I take my compression garment off to wash it?
It’s okay to take the garment off to bathe or wash it, but the more you wear compression during your initial recovery, the more effective it will be in facilitating the healing process. Depending on the garment, you may be able to machine wash or hand wash it using mild soap.
How do you put on a compression sleeve?
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Are compression socks machine washable?
Almost all Juzo compression socks and stockings are machine washable and dryer safe. Additional Tips: Do not use fabric softener or a detergent with a softener, as this will damage the fibers after continuous usage.
Can I take my compression garment off at night?
Yes, typically you will need to wear a compression garment to bed for the first four weeks. For extensive procedures likes tummy tucks and body lifts, you will wear it full time for four weeks including when you sleep. You can take the garment off to go to sleep during weeks 5 and 6. For smaller procedures, Dr.
Can I wash my compression garment?
Compression garments may be machine or hand-washed, depending on the preference of the user. If using the washer, place the garments in a mesh lingerie bag to prevent snagging and to keep smaller items from being lost. Always use the gentle cycle and never use hot water.
What Is a Stage 2 compression garment?
Second Stage Compression Garments
When the lymphatic system is functioning properly it will naturally flush the body of excess fluid and reduce swelling. Second stage compression garments are worn for about 2-8 weeks post-op.
How tight should a compression garment be?
Expert surgeons say that the compression garment should be tight enough to provide the support you need, but not too tight as to cause discomfort. The compression garment should fit snugly to achieve its goals, but wearing a garment that is too tight can worsen the condition instead of improving it.
What happens if you don’t wear a compression garment after liposuction?
Reduces swelling – Many liposuction patients experience a significant amount of swelling after their procedure. Reduces risk of rippling – After liposuction, there is a risk of ripples or bulges forming on the skin during the healing process, but wearing a compression garment can reduce this risk.