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The Solution To Dirty Wheelchair Tyres
The Solution To Dirty Wheelchair Tyres
The Solution To Dirty Wheelchair Tyres
The Solution To Dirty Wheelchair Tyres

Almost every wheelchair user has experienced problems with dirty wheelchair tyres. When outside, wheelchairs run over dirt, animal droppings, mud, gum, cigarettes and other nasty things. Then when the wheelchair user comes home they must either clean the tyres or risk tracking dirt, filth and germs through-out their house making their home messy and possibly damaging expensive flooring and carpets.

For over a decade, Wheelchair Slippers, tyre covers for the rear wheels of manual wheelchairs, have helped wheelchair user to protect their homes. But there was never a solution for the small front caster wheels.

Now, RehaDesign Wheelchair Socks are available to cover the small front wheelchair casters of manual wheelchairs. Wheelchair Socks go on easily in minutes while sitting in the wheelchair or while outside of the wheelchair. As with Wheelchair Slippers, Wheelchair Socks are made with a special lining to prevent slippage.

For more information about Wheelchair Socks and Wheelchair Slippers, visit the website:

www.RehaDesign.com

 
Eugene Emmer
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