Taken from "MMS Health Recovery Manual"
Citric acid and hydrochloric acid (HCl) on their own, should not come into contact with the skin. The acid can be washed off the skin with clean water. If the acid gets into the eyes, wash the eye with clean water until the stinging feeling is gone. If you wash the eye immediately, there should be no problem, but if you take as long as 30 seconds before getting clean water into your eye, there may be a problem and you should go to an emergency clinic right away, but not before rinsing the eye thoroughly with water.
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