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Boston Advance Cleaner 30mL


Delivering to New Zealand

It should arrive:
Afternoon Delivery
Tonight before 6pm if ordered by 9am
Evening Delivery
Tonight between 6pm - 9pm if ordered by 2pm
Sunday Delivery
Sunday Delivery between 6pm - 9pm if ordered by 11am

General Information
Boston Advance® Cleaner removes dirt and debris from your lenses, leaving your lenses clean, clear, and ready to be disinfected. Boston Advance® Cleaner is visibly tinted and formulated for improved rinsing. Not For Use With Soft Contact Lenses.

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Your optometrist will advise you whether this product is suitable for you. If symptoms persist see your optometrist. This cleaner will irritate your eyes unless removed from lenses by thorough rinsing.

Common Uses
Removes debris and deposits with easy rinsing

A sterile, concentrated, homogeneous surfactant solution containing alkyl ether sulfate, ethoxylated alkyl phenol, tri-quaternary cocoa-based phospholipid and silica gel as cleaning agents; with titanium dioxide.

1. Wash hands with mild soap. 2. Rub both sides of the lenses carefully with two to four (4) drops of Boston ADVANCE Cleaner in the palm of your hand for twenty (20) seconds. 3. Remove all traces of the cleaner by thoroughly rinsing with fresh tap water. 4. Place lenses in empty lens case and fill with fresh Boston ADVANCE Comfort Formula Conditioning Solution. Soak lenses for at least four (4) hours (or overnight) before wearing. Always use fresh solution for soaking and storing lenses. 5. After removing lenses from the lens case, apply fresh conditioning solution to wet the lenses for additional cushioning, if desired, and insert. 6. Thoroughly clean interior of lens case with hot water and air dry after each use. 7. Discard solution ninety (90) days after opening. Record date opened in space provided on bottle label. Note: When used daily, this solution will be depleted before ninety (90) days. 8. Lens cases should be replaced frequently to avoid potential microbial contamination and ocular irritation.

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