Instructional Videos Intro to our Instructional Video series Donning and Doffing a knee disarticulation prosthesis using suction suspension Ply Sock Management Tips for donning pants and boots Prosthetic liner and sleeve cleaning tips Riding a Bike Intro to Riding a Bike series. Beginning kike basics for above knee amputee with prosthesis Learn to ride an e-bike as an above knee amputee with prosthesis Riding a stationary bike Safe bike dismount from above knee amputee with prosthesis Kayaking How an above-knee amputee exists a kayak Stairs How an above knee amputee walks up and down outdoor stairs Health Insurance Health insurance self advocacy for amputees to obtain supporting documentation for prosthesis Charcot Foot / CROW Walker Charcot Neuroarthropathy Manufacturing Cleaning your Liner Cleaning your hands and your liner should be part of your daily routine. Prosthetic cleansers formulated to be used on prosthetic liner materials like gel, urethane or silicone. check your own sensitivity prior to use. Your own body wash or Dawn dishwashing soap are other options. First turn inside out, rinse off any debris with warm water, then add a drop or two of soap/cleaner, rub gently, and rinse WELL. You can also wash the outside. Let air dry. Usually takes a couple of hours to fully dry. Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations. You can also clean weekly, or when the liner smells, with a very small portion of rubbing alcohol or also Febreze. Use sparingly as it can degrade your liner.