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Solution for Dirty Wheelchair Tires Leaving Marks on Floors and Carpets

Author: RehaDesign(i) : Contact: www.rehadesign.com

Published: 2015-10-01 : (Rev. 2018-04-30)

Synopsis and Key Points:

Wheelchair socks and slippers cover both front and rear wheelchair wheels preventing dirt, marks, scuffs and scratches on floors and carpets.

Main Digest

Many wheelchair users and their families struggle with wheelchair tires leaving dirt, marks, scuffs and scratches on floors and carpets.

Outside dirt and germs can leave floors messy and dirty.

Wheelchair tires can damage expensive carpets and flooring.

For nearly a decade RehaDesign's Wheelchair Slippers have been helping wheelchair users by covering the rear wheelchair wheels. But wheelchair users have asked for a solution for the small wheelchair caster wheels in the front.

Now the Solution is Available.

(i)Source/Reference: RehaDesign. Disabled World makes no warranties or representations in connection therewith. Content may have been edited for style, clarity or length.

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