"The bottles are identical and I am not young anymore, but I am not senile," says Holm.
She tried washing the adhesive out, but the quick-drying glue did its job and sealed her eye shut. Paramedics and hospital staff had to get it open and wash out her eye before major damage was done.
"They had to cut off the glue substance and it was all hard and in the eye, and I couldn't even see."
Her case is not as rare as one would hope.
The Food and Drug Administration will interview Holm later this week, and she hopes her case and the others will put pressure on glue makers to change their bottles' shape and size.
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