VERY SMALL amount of chemical gets into your eye? any problem?
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Is it safe?
Sometimes when I clean with cleaning agents, and washing detergents, it is possible that a few drops of the liquid could splash into my eyes that I could feel. As suggested by the instruction, I should rinse
my eyes and seek immediate medical attention, but I almost never do that. In fact, if it is not done intentionally and the amount is believed to be small, is it just safe? Could it still cause damage to any part of the eye tissues if left untreated while I don't feel any symptoms?
@richardson If anything goes into your eyes, they will immediately react by producing lots of tears. That is their natural safety mechanism. Your eyelids are also programmed to shut immediately if the eyes see a problem approaching.
The most likely thing you will get in your eyes is dust or pollen and the tears will wash it out. If you are in great pain after something gets in your eye and it doesn't come out that is the time to seek help.