Lens Usage and Cleaning

Cleaning Contact Lenses

In a study, people who wear lenses think that they add a little more to the water in the lens case and clean it. However, the old lens loses its water-cleaning properties, so you are more likely to get an infection, which will harm your vision. How do you say to do it; When it’s time to clean, wash it under the tap with plenty of water and dry it in the open air after rinsing. Now you can put the solution with peace of mind.

What should be used when cleaning the lens?
Using an air blower and a soft-bristled brush, remove as much dirt as you can. Add a drop or two of lens cleaning fluid to a microfiber cloth or a cleaning wipe. Starting from the outer part, wipe the lens in a circular motion going to the center and gently remove fingerprints, oil, smudges, dirt, and dust.

How do I take care of my lenses?
  1. Always wash and thoroughly dry your hands before handling contact lenses.
  2. Carefully and regularly clean contact lenses as directed by your optometrist. …
  3. Store lenses in the proper lens storage case and replace the case at least every three months. …
  4. Use only fresh solution to clean and store contact lenses
How often should you clean lenses?
Washing your glasses at least once a day will keep your lenses in their optimal state. The cleaner your glasses, the less your eyes have to strain to see through smudges, dirt and dust.
Avoid water while wearing contacts. Keep your contacts away from water. Make sure to remove your contacts before showering, bathing, or swimming. Don’t rinse or store your contacts in water, and if it does occur, make sure to throw away or disinfect them thoroughly.
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