Approximately 25 inches long x 23 inches wide (60 cm x 55 cm)
However, the cape is soft and flexible so the above width can be smaller to fit practically every sink (see photo). The cape is a size that will allow most people to have their hair shampooed while sitting upright in any chair. The length of the cape should reach most sinks or basin for the water to empty. The size of the neck is adjustable to fit most people.
Comfort-CapeTM Benefits include:
Being able to use it on people who have special needs
(no-necks, vertigo sufferers, children, seniors, and physically disabled).
Allowing the person to get their hair washed while sitting upright in a more comfortable position in any chair (wheelchair, geriatric chair, or standard chair).
Allowing the hairdresser to stand upright and relieve back strain associated with leaning over a sink.
Saving time and increasing productivity with less fussing at the sink.
Reducing the risk of a stroke caused by the restricted blood flow to the brain when lying back into a shampoo bowl or sink.
Using it in the home as well as in the workplace.
No more face-down or dry shampooing.
Easy on. Easy off. Easy-to-use.
Being adjustable for most neck sizes.
One Year Warranty.
The Comfort-Cape has been available for purchase since 1996.
It was Created by...
A licensed hairdresser with over 30 years of experience in salons and managed healthcare facilities. It was created out of a need to make shampooing hair easier for herself and relieve the pain and discomfort created by the products that were available.
Prior to selling the Comfort-Cape™, it was tested in a salon environment (an estimated 16,000 shampoos) and has surpassed all expectations.
Quality Materials and Craftsmanship...
The Comfort-Cape™ is made of water-resistant fabric with a second water-proof layer for added protection and foam rubber sides. Buckle fasteners are secured with elastic for added comfort or the Velcro® strips can be used to assure proper fit for the small or large neck.
The soft, highly flexible cape can be manipulated and contorted in any direction to meet a large variety of needs (e.g., all types of wheel-chair bound individuals) and helps relieve back strain for the care giver.