Cleaning Your Sex Toys

Your sex toys are special. Depending on how frequently you use them and how diligently you care for them, your sex toys can last anywhere from a month to a year. To make sure that you are getting your bang for your buck, always clean and store your sex toys properly.

Once you get your sex toy:

  1. Check for damages.
  2. Clean the toy.
  3. Test out your toy with new batteries.
  4. Find out what material your toy is made of, so that you can buy the correct Lubricant.

After your fantastic orgasm, depending on the material, you can clean your sex toy in a variety of ways. Since most sex toys can be cleaned with soap and water, be careful to keep the battery compartment dry. Always clean your sex toy after each use, and if you use your toy anally, clean it with antibacterial soap or wipe it down with rubbing alcohol. Cleaners made for sex toys are always a good choice, but here are some other methods:

Cyberskin™ – You can wash your toy with soap and warm water. Afterwards, air dry the toy and then apply cornstarch powder to help it maintain its special texture. You can wash off the powder the next time you take your toy out to play.

Glass – Wash your toy with soap and warm water, rub it down with alcohol (rinse with water afterwards) or boil it in water if it has no motor.

Jelly – Wash your toy with antibacterial soap and warm water.

Latex – Wash your toy with antibacterial soap and warm water.

Plastic – Wash your toy with antibacterial soap and warm water or rub it down with alcohol (rinse with water afterwards).

Rubber – Wash your toy with antibacterial soap and warm water.

Silicone – Wash your toy with antibacterial soap and warm water or boil it for two to three minutes. Make sure that there’s no motor wrapped inside the silicone; otherwise, your sex toy will be ruined. Let it air dry.

After you wash it, you have to properly Store Your Sex Toy.

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