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Foreign objects in the eye , such as dust, sand, lint, wood chip, grass clippings, filings, etc. are the most common types of injuries.  Following this type of injury to the cornea, it's important to proceed with caution and seek treatment if necessary.  Corneal abrasions can cause serious harm in... Read More

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Foreign objects in the eye , such as dust, sand, lint, wood chip, grass clippings, filings, etc. are the most common types of injuries.  Following this type of injury to the cornea, it's important to proceed with caution and seek treatment if necessary. 

Corneal abrasions can cause serious harm in as little as 24 hours so it's important to act fast, but, if left untreated, some corneal abrasions can lead to a corneal ulcer, which can result in severe vision loss.  This is where "portable waterless eye cleansing" moves to the frontline of defense and preemptive eye care.   

Using the EFOR device daily can help you avoid glaucoma, and ensure healthier, more comfortable eyes.  From previous research, we learned that there's nothing on the market similar to this type product.  Your contributions will help manufacture and market this unique product.  This is the very first version of the "EFOR" device to come to the marketplace.  WE NEED YOUR HELP.  

Donate $50.00 receive:

1 - EFOR (eye foreign object removal) device

1 - EMOR (eye metal object removal) device

1 - carry case + free shipping USA

Estimated delivery date August 15, 2020

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Waterless Eye Cleansing

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Waterless Eye Cleansing

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Foreign objects in the eye, such as dust, sand, lint, wood chip, grass clippings, filings, etc. are the most common types of injuries. Following this type of injury to the cornea, it's important to proceed with caution and seek treatment if necessary.

Linwood Cutchins

My name is Linwood and my background is in construction. The EFOR Device, developed in Edgewater Park, NJ, is a foreign object removal devise. EFOR stands for Eye Foreign Object Removal and this technology efficiently removes any debris from the eye using gentle regulated suction. With it, youll experience no irritation and avoid costly doctor and emergency room visits by using the EFOR Device , and avoid long-term damage often caused by foreign objects in the eye.

Beverly, New Jersey

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    Anonymous

    2 months ago

    We think it’s a great idea! And Linwood has put much effort into making a helpful product. We wish him success!