What Happens If I Get Bleach in My Eyes?

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Getting bleach in your eyes is much more serious than getting it on your skin; damage can occur much faster, and the worst-case scenario can be more debilitating. Pain and irritation will be immediate and proportional to the potency of the bleach. If first aid is administered immediately, permanent damage may be avoided. If bleach is left to linger, more serious consequences can include vision damage and even loss of the eyes.
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