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Cleaning Contact Lenses

 Like spectacles, contact lenses will not last forever, especially when worn and handled regularly. They are affected by natural secretions in the eye, which you cannot control. They can also become damaged if not cleaned properly or regularly. Surface damage or dirt on lenses is not always visible to the naked eye.

Regular use of cleaning and disinfecting solutions as advised by your Opticians helps to prolong the life of new lenses and keep your eyes healthy and free of discomfort.

We supply many leading names in cleaning systems and solutions.The correct care regime for your contact lenses will be advised by the optician and depends on the type of lens you wear.


All lenses except daily disposables will require a cleaning regime as specified by the optician which can involve using any of the following solution types depending on the lens type:

Single Solutions
Designed to clean, rinse, disinfect and soak contact lenses used commonly with monthly soft disposibles.

Contact Lens Cleaning Systems
These include two products: a cleaner and a separate disinfecting solution. Often called two step system and used with yearly soft and gas permeable contact lenses.

Preservative Free Systems
These again include two products and as they are preservative free they are suitable for all lens types. Usually these systems are hydrogen peroxide based and require neutralisation with tablets or special cases. often used with yearly soft contact lenses.

Protein Tablets

Used usually with gas permeable and yearly soft lenses to combat the formation of protein deposits which build up from the tear film in normal contact lens wear. Using these tablets with saline solution on a frequency of once a fortnight ensures greater comfort and a longer life for the contact lenses.


Sodium chloride solution or more commonly known as salt water available in preservative squeezy bottles or non preservative saline aerosol canisters. Used to rinse contact lenses in cleaning and insertion. The safe alternative to water which must never be used.