What is the best contact lens cleaner?

Discussion in 'Contact Lenses' started by Spockie, Dec 27, 2005.

  1. Spockie

    Spockie Guest

    What is the best contact lens cleaner?
     
    Spockie, Dec 27, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Are you in reruns already?
     
    Neil Brooks, Dec 27, 2005
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    Guest Guest

    A quick replacement system

    Simple question, simple answer.

    BTW, a few days ago you did have the same question, one of the helpfull
    people here asked you if you meant for use with the ''hard'' or the ''soft''
    lenses.

    --
    Free to Marcus Porcius Cato: ''Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam"

    In conclusion, I think that the "Otis therapy " should be destroyed

    Jan (normally Dutch spoken)
     
    Guest, Dec 27, 2005
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    crvc Guest

    My guess is there is no "best" cleaner. Since I have Boston lenses I
    use Boston cleaner. I've tried other brands and haven't found they
    were better or worse than Boston brand. If you're having problems,
    I'd look at cleaning technique or frequency before changing brands.

    I've heard about ultrasonic cleaners but can't find any. Were they a
    gimmick that failed to catch on?
     
    crvc, Dec 27, 2005
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    Spockie Guest


    I use soft lens, i like complete moisture plus. I think it has the best and
    most complete in chemicals
     
    Spockie, Dec 31, 2005
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    Amazon.com sells them: http://tinyurl.com/b6873

    Can't vouch for them, one way or the other, but they are an intriguing
    concept...
     
    Neil Brooks, Jan 1, 2006
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    Quick Guest

    You can still find them at various places. I'd like to hear
    a review from someone knowledgeable.

    1) I don't expect military grade for $30 (more towards the
    not-quite-junk sort of thing) but is it possible to make
    an effective ultrasonic cleaner that sells for $30?

    2) My almost non-existant knowledge of ultrasonic cleaners
    is that they can/do generate heat (in the object being cleaned?).
    Would this be an issue for RGP materials?

    I'd love for these things to work -- really appeals to my wont
    for gadgets.

    -Quick
     
    Quick, Jan 1, 2006
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