To clean, rinse, disinfect and remove protein daily, these "rub and rinse" steps must be completed:
Do not use if sealed dropper tip is pierced or damaged at time of purchase. To open bottle, remove cap and protective ring. Replace cap on bottle. Turn cap (containing sharp pin) clockwise to pierce bottles sealed dropper tip. Thoroughly wash and clean hands before handling contact lenses.
Step 1- Cleaning and Protein Removal:
Completely soak each side of your contact lens with PrimaLens Multi-Purpose Solution. Rub lens in the palm of your hand using the forefinger of the other hand for appoximately 20 seconds. Be sure to rub and clean both sides. No separate daily cleaner is necessary.
Step 2- Rinsing:
Thoroughly rinse each side of each lens for 10 seconds with PrimaLens Multi-Purpose Solution to remove all debris.
Step 3- Disinfection and Storage:
Fill your contact lens case with PrimaLens Multi-Purpose Solution and place the lenses in the appopriate storage compartments. Close case and tightin. Allow lenses to soak for at least 4 hours.
Your lenses are now ready to wear. No saline rinse is necessary. If any debris remains on contact lenses, rinse with PrimaLens Mulit-Purpose Solution. Always follow your eye care proffessional's instructions. Based on your individual tear chemistry and lens-wearing schedule, your eye care professional may recommend the use of a seperate enzymatic cleaner before step 1.
Long Term Storage:
Lenses may be stored in the unopened case until ready to wear, up to a maximum of 30 days. Please discard bottle 60 days after opening.
PrimaLens Mutli-Purpose Solution removes protein from contact lenses while you clean and disinfect.
Please discard bottle 60 days after opening.