Ezy Dose Glass Dropper Straight Tip - Pack of 6
Makes delivering drops of medication easier. Easy to use and top rack dishwasher safe. Each dropper holds 1 ml of liquid or approx. 30-35 drops. Contains one 1 mL medicine dropper. Glass dropper with all-natural rubber bulb delivers liquid with ease.
Directions: Care: Before each use: Sterilize by placing in boiling water for 10 seconds. After each use: Place in dishwasher on the top-shelf or wash with mild detergent and rinse with warm water. Allow to air dry. To Fill Dropper: 1. Squeeze bulb. 2. Immerse into medication or solution. 3. Release bulb slowly to allow tube to fill to desired amount. To Dispense Liquid: 1. Squeeze black bulb. 2. Immerse tip into medication contents, squeeze bulb until dropper is empty. For dispensing liquid squeeze bulb until desired number of drops have been released. To avoid contamination, avoid touching tip of dropper to object or other liquid. Avoid touching tip of dropper directly to any part of the body, including the eye.
Warnings: WARNING: Always consult your doctor about eye or ear injury before treating with medication. Never place anything that is not sterile into the eye, nor use any instrument to deliver medication into the eye that is not sterile. Keep out of reach of children. Small parts. Choking hazard if bulb is removed.
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