How to care for metal cuffs

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How to care for metal cuffs

Naughty Student Naughty Student
Alright so I have some metal handcuffs to review. I am wondering what is the best way to care for them. Are there certain things to avoid? Can they be sterilized although they are not stainless steel?

These are my first cuffs and I want to make sure I won't be misinforming others about how to care for cuffs.
12/27/2009
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Sammi Sammi
Does the manufacturer's site have any suggestions for cleaning? Sometimes I've had good luck finding cleaning and other info that way.
12/27/2009
Miss Jane Miss Jane
Avoid using abrasive cleaners (basically don't use anything you wouldn't use on say, your pots or pans). Theoretically, you can sterilize them like you would a metal dildo, BUT... if they don't have a good finish on them, you run the risk of them rusting. I just wipe mine down with a wet cloth or some soap and water if they get dirty.
12/28/2009
Kayla Kayla
I'd have to go with warm soap and water. I don't really see a need to sterilize them, but make sure when you clean, you get all of the dampness off so they don't rust.
12/28/2009
Naughty Student Naughty Student
Thanks for your input guys. I will defintely head over to the company's website and check out what they recomend.

After further analyzing the product I can see they are made of something that looks like copper and are covered by silver paint. I generally would stick to soap and water and non-abrasive stuff but I think these might have a used look very quickly. I'll have to report over time.

Thanks again.
12/28/2009
Miss Jane Miss Jane
Quote:
Originally posted by Naughty Student
Thanks for your input guys. I will defintely head over to the company's website and check out what they recomend.

After further analyzing the product I can see they are made of something that looks like copper and are covered by silver ...
Eep.
12/29/2009
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