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COLDFLEX® After Use Instructions - Wraps


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COLDFLEX is reusable. Following these easy instructions will help you protect you wrap for many future uses.

1. After each use, LIGHTLY MIST wrap or blanket with spray bottle to re-hydrate.

2. If wrap has become EXTREMELY DRY, immerse in a small container of water for several minutes until wrap, pad or blanket is completely hydrated. Although this shows the wrap, any of the non-sterile products may be re-hydrated in this manner.

3.Remove excess water. !! DO NOT let COLDFLEX sit in water or it will become moldy and fall apart!

4. Place into the bag provided and close bag by securing with twist tie.

5. Place bag into jar , Ziploc bag or other air tight container to keep COLDFLEX fresh. in refrigerator until next use (or store at room temperature).

Note: COLDFLEX has a minimum of 12 hours of use. If used for more than 1 hour at a time, it is recommended that 2 wraps be used alternately every hour. This helps to extend the life of the product by reducing its exposure to the air.