WJH0359C-Stainless Steel Emergency Eye Wash(wall mounted)
Material: Epoxy coating stainless steel
Eye washer bowl: PP bowl, water bore is made of PP (ABS shield cap), safe green, installing conveniently.
Coating: High gloss epoxy powder, resistant to chemical & UV.
Sprayer head: Water bore has been treated with; Make the water more mild and abundant.
Switch: The sign of operation near by the knob operate simply.
Notice: This type of products has not the draining equipment.
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If you shouldn’t wear your contact lenses in the shower as you risk a contact-lens related infection, why is it OK to wash your eyes out with tap water?
I do not think it is OK to wash your eyes out with tap water except in an emergency situation where you got a damaging chemical in the eyes accidentally and need to irrigate it out.
Also, using tap water or homemade saline to rinse contact lenses has been associated with severe ocular infections with multiple pathogens including acanthamoeba. If you felt the need to irrigate your eyes in a non-emergent setting, then a commercially prepared eyewash made for the ocular surface is much safer than tap water.
There is less salt in tap water than in normal human tissue and tears. This can be very irritating to the ocular surface and even cause damage to the surface cells.