Fleshwash for Fleshlights

Gary Gary
Fleshlight and Interactive Lifeforms have finally released a new cleaning solution for Fleshlights called Fleshwash. So if water was such an adequate cleaning solution for so many years, why invent a cleaner?
06/16/2010
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Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Fleshlight and Interactive Lifeforms have finally released a new cleaning solution for Fleshlights called Fleshwash. So if water was such an adequate cleaning solution for so many years, why invent a cleaner? ... More
Yeah, that does seem odd. I guess maybe some guys were icked-out by not really being able to "clean" it.
06/16/2010
Kayla Kayla
I still think it's a neat idea. I've always been a bit worried about the cleanliness of Flehlights, so I think the cleaner is a neat idea.
06/16/2010
Sir Sir
Isn't antibacterial soap sufficient, though..? I mean, yeah, why not sell something like this, but it doesn't necessarily mean that we MUST buy it as fleshlight owners...right?
06/16/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Sir
Isn't antibacterial soap sufficient, though..? I mean, yeah, why not sell something like this, but it doesn't necessarily mean that we MUST buy it as fleshlight owners...right?
You are not supposed to use soap on on a Fleshlight, only water.
06/17/2010
Sir Sir
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Originally posted by Gary
You are not supposed to use soap on on a Fleshlight, only water.
Oh no....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

Dammit, I need to go edit that now. HAHA!!! And not use soap again.. but I couldn't help it, it seemed dirty!
06/17/2010
Sammi Sammi
Seems like this would be a great idea if you didn't have access to a sink right away. Kind of like other toy cleaners.
06/17/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Fleshlight and Interactive Lifeforms have finally released a new cleaning solution for Fleshlights called Fleshwash. So if water was such an adequate cleaning solution for so many years, why invent a cleaner? ... More
The name sounds somehow more pornographic than "toy cleaner" but water seems to work great for Sigel's fleshlight so I dunno.
06/18/2010
Gary Gary
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Originally posted by Sir
Oh no....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!

Dammit, I need to go edit that now. HAHA!!! And not use soap again.. but I couldn't help it, it seemed dirty!
I am not sure what soap is supposed to do, maybe breakdown the material? BUT, when I was trying to dye that one Fleshlight I used in the modification video... I was amazed by how nothing would stick to the material.
06/18/2010
Jimbo Jones Jimbo Jones
I've got to think that Fleshwash is an alcohol based cleaner with Triclosan thrown in as an extra anti-bacterial ingredient. It gives guys the assurance that what they are using on their sleeve is Fleshlight approved and puts some extra $$$ in Fleshlight's pockets. I'm surprised it took them this long to start marketing the stuff.
06/19/2010
Envy Envy
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Originally posted by Gary
I am not sure what soap is supposed to do, maybe breakdown the material? BUT, when I was trying to dye that one Fleshlight I used in the modification video... I was amazed by how nothing would stick to the material.
If I remember in talking with someone who makes silicone toys, he said Fleshlights were made of soft plastic? He melted one to see what it would do, could explain why no color stuck to it. Basically it's a PVC and silicone mixed or some sort.
06/19/2010
Gary Gary
Quote:
Originally posted by Jimbo Jones
I've got to think that Fleshwash is an alcohol based cleaner with Triclosan thrown in as an extra anti-bacterial ingredient. It gives guys the assurance that what they are using on their sleeve is Fleshlight approved and puts some extra $$$ in ... More
Good answer!
06/21/2010
Himmel Himmel
Since the Fleshwash obviously does not ruin the sleeves, wouldn't it be safe to assume other gentle toy cleaners could be used as well?
11/05/2012
Kenneth Fort Kenneth Fort
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Fleshlight and Interactive Lifeforms have finally released a new cleaning solution for Fleshlights called Fleshwash. So if water was such an adequate cleaning solution for so many years, why invent a cleaner? ... More
Better yet, why call it something that sounds like what serial killers do on their day off.
11/09/2012
Trysexual Trysexual
Isopropyl Alcohol is perfectly safe to use. Lots of 2010 threads resurrected today.
11/09/2012
rmiles124 rmiles124
Quote:
Originally posted by Gary
Fleshlight and Interactive Lifeforms have finally released a new cleaning solution for Fleshlights called Fleshwash. So if water was such an adequate cleaning solution for so many years, why invent a cleaner? ... More
I'm glad there's a cleaner. It does seem to work better than just using water and the powder, which doesn't really clean at all, especially if there's a mess left inside!!!!!!!!!!!
12/04/2012
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