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Miracle Care Eye Wash Pads for Dogs and Cats

$7.99
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Miracle Care Eye Wash Pads for Dogs and Cats

$7.99

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Gimborn Eye Clear is eye wash in easy to use, pre soaked pads. The gentle formula cleanses eyes, eliminates stains and breaks down debris to brighten entire eye area. A favorite of groomers and breeders since 1961. 90 pads.

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my newly adopted shelter dog has a white face and tear stains
KATHY I on Dec 27, 2015
cat has allergies and this works well to clean "gunk"
Theresa C on Aug 26, 2015
This was purchased more so for my small yorkie because she has issues with tearing and stains. I like to keep the area clean and soft so that the stains do not become hardened. A plus: It works for both cats and dogs!
Ruby H on Dec 1, 2015
I chose these eye pads for convenience. I have not used anything like this before so I am trying them on eye stains on puppies.
diane s on Nov 11, 2014
does this product contain alcohol? Actually I would like to know what the ingredients are.
Jamie M on Jan 17, 2016
Best Answer: INCI: Water, boric acid, potassium chloride, zinc sulfate, sodium borate, methyl paraben, propyl paraben, camphor. I always kept the "pad" out of her eyes and just cleaned the drip line and never had an issue. It worked better than anything else I have tried but still did not completely clean away the stain. Good Luck!
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