Caring For Your Eagle Health Supplies Benches and Chairs
While Eagle Health products are made to endure daily use and the test of time, there are a number of ways to care for your bench to ensure that you have an optimal experience every time. To keep you informed and feeling your best, here are some care tips from our very own Eagle Health Supplies professionals.
General Cleaning & Upkeep
We highly recommend wiping down your chair or bench after each use to keep away any soap scum, mineral deposits or watermarks. It’s simple and quick, and all you need is a soft cloth, warm water, and mild soap. You may also use a soft cloth and any non-bleach cleaner. (Bleach will discolor your seat.) Make sure you get your legs, sliding rails, and seat when wiping down, and please do not use bleach to clean your bench.
Did you know we have a whole array of "Assembly Videos" for our chairs and benches? If you go to our YouTube channel, you can find a How To Assemble video for the sliding transfer bench or chair you either purchased or are interested in purchasing.
Eagle Health's transfer benches and shower chairs were made for tool-less assembly, meaning you DON'T NEED TOOLS to assemble a bench or chair. We don't want to leave you hanging either, so we have created videos to serve as a step-by-step visual guide to assembling our products.
We hope this will help reduce stress and work while ensuring a safer and smoother bathing/showering experience for patients, customers and caregivers!
According to a survey conducted by AARP in 2014, 87% of adults over the age of 65 want to age in place, and 80% believe their current residence is the place they will always live. When it comes to aging in place, there are appropriate questions to ask. Is the home a safe place for a senior to live alone? Are family caregivers capable of providing adequate care? What obstacles are there to making the home livable and accessible for the long term?
With the right help and equipment, physical residences can be adapted to be both safe and accessible, making it possible for many seniors to age in the comfort of their own homes.