An eye wash unit is a device used to support eye washing operations that involve foreign debris or chemicals that may enter the eye. An eyewash station is used to increase workplace safety and can help protect against airborne particulates. It also protects against and biohazard, chemical, contamination, gas, vapors, and smoke, as well as liquid splash that may require eyewash station applications. Eye wash station solutions commonly contain pH neutralizing, distilled water, or other sterile liquids. Solutions can discharge from an eye wash station in a single gentle stream, or may have dual spray abilities for washing both eyes simultaneously. An eyewash station can come with an attached mirror and commonly has customer-facing instructions with pictures or eye wash procedure diagrams to demonstrate eyewash station applications. Single or multiple eyewash containers come with an eyewash station. An eyewash station may come with a bottle body that provides a twist cap to break the seal and expose the protected liquid. An eyewash body is often squeezable, and can offer one-handed inversion for ease of operation and steady rinsing. An eyewash station may have a built-in eyepiece to assist in keeping eyes open, while streaming occurs. An eyewash station can be portable, or may include a wall-mount frame that attaches to a wall, cart, or mobile stand and can be used support it. An eyewash station can also come as a singular unit that attaches to a ceiling, floor, or platform to provide liquid streaming. An eye wash station can meet American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards such as ANSI 2358.1.