Blue Jay Dressing Stick – 24” Soft Foam-Covered Handle, 2-in-1 tool, Dressing Made Easy, Rounded S Plastic top hook, No Stretching or Straining Shoehorn Dressing Aid

January 13, 2019 - Comment

24 Long * Versatile push-pull S-hook with non-slip cap allows for better control when handling clothing * Smooth and rounded push hook slides safely along skin * Big soft foam handle * Inside shaft is resilient plastic which will flex if accidentally sat on or stepped on * Durable and long lasting * The very

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24 Long * Versatile push-pull S-hook with non-slip cap allows for better control when handling clothing * Smooth and rounded push hook slides safely along skin * Big soft foam handle * Inside shaft is resilient plastic which will flex if accidentally sat on or stepped on * Durable and long lasting * The very economical price is less than the traditional stick and shoehorn * The DressEZ© can reach clothes hangers from clothing rods high in closets as well as pick up clothing from the floor or reach shoes from under the bed * Help pull on clothes after surgery * The shoehorn is narrow enough for dress shoes * The S-hook helps to put on and take off socks too * Lightweight – this 24 model weighs 4.4oz (124g)

Product Features

  • 24″ long handle to helps reduce bending and stretching.
  • Soft foam covered Handle designed to be easy to grip and for your comfort.
  • Convenient 2-in-1 tool that is made to assist in putting on shoes and getting dressed.
  • Smooth, rounded “S” plastic top hook which useful for pulling, picking up clothing from the floor and so much more.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great dressing aid. I purchased this tool to assist in dressing myself following fusion back surgery. I love that one end of the hook has a rubber tip that really helps grab the clothes. The shoe horn at the other end is also an asset. I wouldn’t use it for lifting or pulling very heavy items as it could break. This tool worked much better than the one used in the hospital by the OT therapists. I love it!

Anonymous says:

Soft & Works! I got both this style–plastic–and a wooden stick with hook on end. I hate the latter as it doesn’t work well getting off socks. This plastic one is very soft against my skin, the thick blue handle is easy on my hands, and it works!

Anonymous says:

Super Handy Tool This thing is priceless when you need it!! Well made too. Last one lasted many years.

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