Cleaning Anal Toys

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Cleaning Anal Toys

Two Grand Two Grand
What is the best way to clean anal toys. I have heard boil them, place them in the dishwasher, use a 10% bleach solution, , use a handy wipe what do you guys think?
09/09/2015
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Inquisitor Inquisitor
If you are asking what I think about each method, I'd say they will all do a good job. My question is how "clean" do you want your toys.

Personally, I think either the dish washer or the 10% bleach is good enough but both would be overkill.
09/10/2015
charmedtomeetyou charmedtomeetyou
It depends on the material of the toy. A porous toy won't be made clean with a boil or a trip through the dishwasher, as bacteria will still persist. Silicone, and other non-porous toys where the material allows it, on the other hand, I boil.
09/10/2015
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
As Charmed said, depends on material of toy. For a more accurate anwser perhaps state which toy it is. Or is your question in general ? If you are trying to get rid of odors, use the 10 parts water to 1 part hshold bleach as Inq advised.

Or u can use a condom each time out.. or should I say in.
09/11/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
Quote:
Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
As Charmed said, depends on material of toy. For a more accurate anwser perhaps state which toy it is. Or is your question in general ? If you are trying to get rid of odors, use the 10 parts water to 1 part hshold bleach as Inq advised.

Or u ...
Best product for the job, been using it for years. Clean with no smell or residue. Safe for oral afterwards, that's how clean.

Milton

Milton antibacterial products provide hospital grade disinfection in only 15 minutes, without the need to boil, steam or rinse.
09/16/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
I'm sorry. I assumed incorrectly that the items in question were made from safer materials, i.e. glass, silicone, sealed wood, a metal or other body safe material.
09/20/2015
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