I don’t use eye goggles either. But, I always, eh hm…ALWAYS…wear sunglasses. They are the wrap around style or the safety style at the local HD or Lowes. Also you’ll need a small set of tools, maybe screw drivers, if anyone has the leaf guards on them. Some will surely have to be removed before cleaning the gutters.
Also, I drilled holes in my 5 gal buckets so if the debris that I am removing is wet, it can drain, not letting the bucket get too heavy. Not too big, maybe 5 or 6 3/8" holes.
I am sure that some of you have done this before, but I have began to clean gutters with lite debris in them, from the ground. I have taken my 18’ Mr. LongArm Pole, attached an angle neck adapter to it, and use hair bands to secure the water hose to the pole. I bend the neck over as far as it will go. I then use the same type of bands to fasten the nozzle of my water hose to it. I turn it on and lift it up, spray out the gutter beds. Works remarkably well. Kind of a WFP for gutters. Powerwashing gives too much pressure, but this is great. I can be meesy, so be ready to clean up.