Quick Tip When Cleaning Your Lab’s Eyes
August 7, 2015 | General|
It’s best to keep the dirt out to avoid infections.
A lab’s eyes are sensitive, but it doesn’t take much effort to clean them. All you need is some cotton and water. Read below for the steps in cleaning your lab’s eyes:
CLEANING THE EYES:
Eyes are the most sensitive part. Try to use a cotton dipped in a lubricant ex.Water or Hydrogen Peroxide and roll it gently around the corner of eyes. You don’t need to push anything at all. By repeating the process 5-10 times you will see all the dirt coming out.
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