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How do I select the right Sheath size?
The Libra Sheath comes in three different styles and six different sizes:

A Standard Length Sheath with centrally positioned adhesive will be suitable for men with an average length penis.

A Pop On Sheath with a maximum adhesive area will be suitable for men with a short or retracted penis.

A Wide Band Sheath with greater adhesive area will be particularly suited for those who are more active and have had trouble keeping other Sheaths in place.

To determine the correct size Sheath you should use the Measuring Guide. Measure the penis at  the widest point by carefully placing the cut-outs of the Measuring Guide around the mid-shaft of the penis.

If you find the penis is in between two sizes, please select the size that feels most secure. If you do not have a measuring guide, please contact us and we will get one sent out to you.

How do I fit my Libra Sheath?
Please refer to the Instruction for Use leaflet that was included in your box of Libra Sheaths. For your convenience, the instructions are also printed on the internal flaps of the box, which can be seen on opening.

Alternatively, please download our Libra Sheath User Guide here

My Libra Sheath doesn’t appear to be sticking – why is this?
Ensure that you are not using a moisturising soap on the skin prior to application as this can prevent the adhesive from sticking correctly. If you feel you would benefit from greater security, you can use the GB Soft Skin Barrier Wipe to prepare the skin and maximise the effectiveness of the Sheath adhesive. If you continue to have difficulty, please Freephone 0800 055 6270, with the product code and LOT number, and we will look into it for you.

How often should I change the Libra Sheath?
The Libra Sheath should be changed every 24 hours.

How do I remove the Libra Sheath?
The Libra Sheath should be gently removed with warm soapy water – ensuring the skin is dried thoroughly before applying the next Sheath. If you are finding the removal of the Sheath in any way painful or uncomfortable, you can use the GB Soft Skin Medical Adhesive Remover Spray to aid in the removal of the Sheath.

How should the Sheaths be stored and where should they be disposed of?
Each Libra Sheath is individually wrapped and should be kept in its packaging until you are ready to use it. The Sheaths should be stored in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.

Used Libra Sheaths can be disposed of with your household waste.

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