To clean most sex toys, you simply have to wash them with warm water and soap or a quality sex toy cleaning fluid. As always, the best way to clean your sex toy is with an antibacterial agent, whether soap or spray.
Silicone: You can choose from 3 options to clean a silicone toy. Either boil for 5-10 minutes, put it in your dishwasher (on top rack), or wash with anti-bacterial soap and warm water. Do not boil silicone vibrators because you will destroy the vibrator mechanism.
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motorized: warm water and soap or sex toy cleaner. nonmotorized: can also use boiling water or sanitize in dishwasher. glass and Pyrex: lint-free fabric bag or padded container. silicone or ...
How to clean a silicone vibrator: Using antibacterial soap (like Dial) and warm water, scrub the vibrator in your hands or a clean washcloth from 30-60 seconds. Avoiding oil-based soaps–some oils disagree with silicone, so better to play it safe.
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Wash off with lukewarm water and make sure to dry off with a clean towel. Toy cleaning sprays are available at sex shops, like Babeland which has its own toy cleaner for $5.
Silicone, glass, stainless steel, or wood—and it's motorized: Use mild antibacterial soap you'd use on your body and a damp cloth to wipe the toy clean. Silicone, Pyrex, stainless steel, or ...
Sex-toy wipes or cleaning sprays: In most cases you’ll be just fine with plain soap and water.
Cleaning realistic-feel toys. Cleaning up any realistic-feel sex toys, aka, the ones with grooves and lifelike textures, requires one extra product. And trust us, it’s a must own if you want the toy to stay smooth, soft, and pleasurable. That product is the THRUST Lifelike Sex Toy Renewer Powder.