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Even with disposable contacts, it is essential to clean them each day after wearing. Doctors recommend you allow your lenses to stay in solution for at least six hours after a full day's wear. With Clear Care® Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution (32 oz.), you get a 3% hydrogen peroxide contact solution to help remove protein and debris from your contact lenses. The convenient Clear Care twin pack provides you with two 16-ounce bottles so you will always have some handy.
Is It Safe to Use Clear Care Hydaglide® Solution Every Day?
You can use Clear Care Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution every day to clean your soft contact lenses. You can also store your contacts in the solution for up to seven days. After seven days, you should dispose of the old solution and re-disinfect your lenses.
How Do You Use Clear Care Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution?
To use, start by washing your hands with warm water and mild soap. Dry your hands thoroughly before you continue. Remove your lenses and place them in the provided lens baskets. Rinse the basket with a solution for five minutes. Fill the lens case to the line with contact lens cleaning solution. Place the holder in the case and tighten the lid. Do not shake the case and do not store sideways. Leave in solution for at least six hours. If you remove the lenses before six hours, the solution may not neutralize and may hurt your eyes.
Why Must You Clean the Case After Each Use?
Rinsing the case with a solution after use helps to remove any debris particles left on the case while using the contact cleaning solution. Do not use tap water as it may contain irritants or germs which can affect your eyes later.
Do You Need to Rinse Lenses After Using Clear Care Peroxide Contact Solution?
You do not have to rinse your lenses after using the Clear Care Plus Cleaning and Disinfecting Solution if you allow it to work for a full 6 hours. If you wish, you may rinse them before wear. To rinse you a sterile saline solution. Clear Care Peroxide Solution should never be put directly in the eye.