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Wash your hands with a mild soap.
Use a soap that has no lotions, deodorants, or perfumes that may damage your contacts or make them uncomfortable.
Close the drain on your sink, and take a lens from its case.

Check the lens for chips and scratches.
If you find none, place the lens, cup side up, on the tip of your index finger.
Apply a few  drops of wetting solution. (Never use saliva. It contains bacteria that can cause infection.)

Tilt your head forward and bring the lens toward your eye.
Using the middle finger of the same hand, gently pull down the lid.

Lift the upper lid with your other hand.
Look at the lens
Place the lens on your eye, release your lid, and close your eyes.


  • Wash and dry your hands
  • Stretch the outer corner of your lower lid wit your finger
  • Cup the other hand under your eye to catch the lens as it falls out when you blink
  • Remove your lens over a towel to prevent it from chipping if it misses your hand

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