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eye bath

n.
1. See eyecup.
2. The act of cleansing an eye or the eyes with water or a solution.
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Safety showers and eye baths are essential first aid equipment in minimising the damage caused by contamination of workers with harmful materials They are usually simple to operate, will deliver the right amount of water at the right pressure and when installed at the appropriate location with correct staff training, will provide good protection if spills occur.
They are of course eye baths and there are very keen collectors for them.
It was a remedy for warts or, used as an eye bath for soothing tired eyes - but it was for the complexion that it was most valued.
I suggested Linda makes an eye bath out of an egg, by beating the whites until they're stiff and dabbing it around the lined areas at the side of the eye.
However, if those rays give your eyes some grief, a soothing eye bath will make them feel heaps better.
In addition to rare antique bottles, Alan's specialisms include pot lids; ginger beers; antique enamel advertising signs; breweriana - anything related to pubs and brewing, notably Guinness; salt glaze pottery, such as Doulton Lambeth jugs and utilitarian wares; earthenware cream pots; clay pipes; early glass baby feeders; inks, pharmacy, poisons and so-called "curealls"; eye baths, mineral waters and more.
Emergency safety showers and eye baths are essential wherever there is a risk of dangerous chemical spillage and although simple bits of equipment, they absolutely must work as specified when required every time.
My mother, who had been a midwife, got some eye baths out and Sally put her case on the kitchen top.
Fortunately an eye specialist was on duty at the time of the incident last Thursday afternoon and administered several eye baths, lubricants, drops, creams and ice packs into and over his eyes during an intensive two-hour period.
I was the first-aider when I worked in Manchester and was pretty good with sticking plasters and applying eye baths.
The cups supplied with his new tea set are so tiny they look more like eye baths.