Care and Maintenance Guide for BODYFEET Kit

Caring for your BODYFEET kit is essential to maintain its effectiveness and extend its lifespan. Here's a guide for taking care of your kit:

  1. Cleaning Regularly: Clean the kit regularly, especially the parts that come in direct contact with your skin or shoes. Use room temperature water; no soap is necessary for cleaning, and avoid harsh chemicals.

  2. Drying Properly: After washing any component of the kit, ensure it is thoroughly dried before the next use. Air dry the items away from direct heat or sunlight, as excessive heat can damage the materials.

  3. Inspecting for Wear and Tear: Regularly inspect each item in the kit for signs of wear and tear, such as stretched straps, cracks in supports, or thinning cushions.

  4. Storing Correctly: Store the items in a cool, dry place when not in use. Avoid folding or compressing the kit with insoles or cushions, as this can cause deformation.

  5. Rotating and Replacing: To reduce wear, consider rotating between two sets if you use the kit frequently. Replace any part of the kit as soon as it shows significant signs of wear or as recommended. 

  6. Avoiding Unnecessary Exposure: Keep the kit away from extreme temperatures, moisture, or direct sunlight when not in use. This helps preserve the integrity and functionality of the materials.

  7. Using as Directed: Use the items only as intended. Misuse can lead to premature wear and reduce the effectiveness of the kit.

    Remember, your feet and toes play a vital role in supporting your entire weight. Due to wear and tear during treatment, the kit does not last indefinitely. Regular replacement is recommended to ensure it maintains the same strength level as when new. 💙👣