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There is all kinds of sand, dirt, and ash that can come flying at you on the wind, off tires, from burning things, and general broken things.

I have a couple Nalgene style bottles but they would not be great. Even with the pour guard insert they would be difficult. Especially if you have to rinse your own eyes and, obviously, will be having a hard time seeing. I figure the sports style bottle with the little top spout would be the best for this.

I do not know how the Camelback really works but I guess you have to suck on the straw to get the liquid out. Not really an option for eye washing. Plus the reservoir is buried in your pack so getting it out seems difficult.

Is there something I am missing? Can you use a Camelback "straw" to eye wash?

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if you take out the water bladder and have it elevated above the straw you can hold open the mouth piece by pinching it with your fingers. theres enough water pressure in the bladder to squirt the water out. its how i get the cleaning solution into my straw when im cleaning the bladder.
 
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