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What are clean ways to clean and care for a dildo besides boiling, or sticking it in a dish washer
07/13/2009
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Quote:
Originally posted by dondo
What are clean ways to clean and care for a dildo besides boiling, or sticking it in a dish washer
Since my are only used personally by either myself or my partner, I wash them in hot, soapy water after use since I don't normally want to take the time to boil them or put them in with my dishes. I have done this for a couple years and have not had any problems, so I imagine that as long as your toys are not being shared with multiple people this would be plenty sanitary enough.
07/13/2009
Raven Raven
I also just wash my toys in soap and water. I have some boilable ones, but have never felt the need to do that, since my husband and I are the only ones who may be using them.

There are toy cleaners for sale, but they may cause irritation in some people.
07/13/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Raven
I also just wash my toys in soap and water. I have some boilable ones, but have never felt the need to do that, since my husband and I are the only ones who may be using them.

There are toy cleaners for sale, but they may cause irritation in ... More
Anything may cause irritation, though. The only thing you can do is try.
07/13/2009
deceased deceased
I like antibacterial soap! You can also use a 10 percent bleach solutuin, although some store brands are more dilute than Clorox....
07/26/2009
MrCola MrCola
I also go with old fashioned soap and water. I only use this toy with my girlfriend so I don't feel the need to boil it. Also we both have or own ends anyways. Based on what I have read (granted you can't believe everything you read) silicone does not hold onto bacteria like other materials so you shouldn't need to do anything extra-ordinary to keep silicone toys clean.
09/21/2009
Tera Topco (no longer active) Tera Topco (no longer active)
Quote:
Originally posted by Raven
I also just wash my toys in soap and water. I have some boilable ones, but have never felt the need to do that, since my husband and I are the only ones who may be using them.

There are toy cleaners for sale, but they may cause irritation in ... More
Toy cleaners can cause irritation because after you spray them on and let them sit for 10-20 seconds, then you MUST rinse them thoroughly. If there's any residue then it's putting soap inside of you and that will cause irritation. Just rinse twice
10/08/2009
Gary Gary
This is a great thread!
10/16/2009
Ciao. Ciao.
Soap and water definitely works well especially if you're not sharing outside you and a partner. With silicone I'm pretty sure you can also microwave it...just FYI. I remember reading that on a toy I got, but I still haven't given it a shot.
10/16/2009
deceased deceased
I really like the antibacterial liquid soaps. Wet, scrub,(as long as it takes to sing the entire Happy Birthday song, and airdry. Wash also before using.
10/17/2009
testing123 testing123
I really appreciate all the information here. Learning a lot!

Also, the image of someone singing happy birthday while washing their dildos makes me smile.
09/01/2010
pinkzombie pinkzombie
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Originally posted by dondo
What are clean ways to clean and care for a dildo besides boiling, or sticking it in a dish washer
I wash in warm/hot soapy water in the bathroom sink dry immediately and put away!
11/12/2010
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