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How long can contacts sit in CLEAR CARE solution?

How long can contacts sit in CLEAR CARE solution?

7 days
How long can I store my lenses in a CLEAR CARE ® or CLEAR CARE ® PLUS Solution lens case? You can store lenses in an unopened CLEAR CARE ® or CLEAR CARE ® PLUS Solution lens case for up to 7 days. After 7 days, prior to wear, discard old solution and disinfect the lenses again.

What is the closest thing to contact solution?

  1. Hydrogen Peroxide. What is this?
  2. Saline Solution (Saline Nasal Spray) This is a great solution that can be used for overnight contact lens storage.
  3. Distilled water.
  4. Eye Refreshing Drops.
  5. Home-Made Saline Solution.

Can you use regular contact solution in a CLEAR CARE case?

So, what gives? The interesting twist is that Clear Care comes with a little contact lens case, which you are told to use with the solution. The directions say NOT to use the solution in a regular “flat” contact lens case.

Can CLEAR CARE damage your contacts?

One-step solutions, including Clear Care, have the neutralizer conveniently located in the case, which means there is no risk of omitting this step and ruining your contact lenses or seriously damaging your eyes. Plus, Clear Care boasts a unique and recognizable case.

Why does Clear Care burn my eyes?

Clear Care contains 3% hydrogen peroxide, which can cause pain and burning if it comes into contact with the eyes. Clear Care is packaged with a special lens cleaning case. When the product is used with the special case, the hydrogen peroxide is neutralized to a solution that is safe for the eyes.

Can I put my contacts in hydrogen peroxide overnight?

DO Use Hydrogen Peroxide Disinfection. Monthly and biweekly lenses will need to be stored in solution overnight for up to 30 or 14 days, respectively. The best way to store them overnight and kill possible bacteria on their surfaces is in a hydrogen peroxide solution that will clean the lenses while you sleep.

Will hydrogen peroxide hurt your eyes?

Hydrogen peroxide placed directly into the eyes or on your contact lenses can cause stinging, burning, and temporary corneal damage. When using hydrogen peroxide you must follow the disinfecting process with a neutralizer.

Can baking soda clean contact lenses?

Can you use baking soda to clean contact lenses? No. Never substitute or use anything except an approved contact solution to clean your contact lenses.

Can I use baking soda to clean my contacts?

Clean contact lenses: Mix a little water with baking soda to scrub all the residual eye goo from your contact lenses. Be sure to clean throughly to avoid any burns.

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