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Remove Contacts Over Soft Surface

Recently I had to have my contacts resurfaced, due to damage. The simple act of dropping one in the bathroom sink can really cause problems. To keep this from happening again, I now place a foam shelf liner cut larger than my sink size over the sink. Now, if I happen to drop one inserting it or taking it out, I know it won't be damaged. When not in use, I roll up and keep handy in the bathroom.


By duckie-do from Cortez, CO

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October 19, 20100 found this helpful

Are you referring to hard contact lenses? I didn't think those were still around. I wore those maybe 35 years ago and switched to soft contacts as soon as I could.

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October 19, 20100 found this helpful

I've never heard of resurfacing contacts! I assume you mean gas permeable, as I don't see how it could be done with soft lens-but I have gas perm & never heard of this before! Maybe they keep it a secret around here to make more money!

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October 20, 20100 found this helpful

Duckie-Do, you didn't mention a second advantage to covering the sink with the soft shelf liner. You won't risk losing an expensive contact lens down the sink! I've never worn contacts and never will, but you get my vote!

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