What are the most cost-effective toy cleaners?

whyknot whyknot
JO anti-bacterial toy cleaner
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In addition to plain ol' soap and water, have used System JO (foamy), Lelo (spray), and read about others. Since sanitizing cleaners tend to run from somewhat inexpensive to very pricey, which ones offer the best values?
03/14/2013
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Pixel Pixel
Antibacterial soap and water work for me. Or a 10% bleach/water solution. Both are very cheap and work well.
03/14/2013
ShadowedSeductress ShadowedSeductress
I second Pixel's statement.
03/14/2013
Rossie Rossie
I third Pixel's answer.
03/14/2013
eri86 eri86
buying in store saves on shipping as well.
03/15/2013
GONE! GONE!
I seriously just use soap and water, I've never used a toy cleaner.
03/15/2013
SilverMinxxx SilverMinxxx
I agree with Pixel.
03/15/2013
The Vixen The Vixen
You can use soap and water and that works fine. I do prefer to use a toy cleaner myself. I like Before and After toy cleaner, I get the big bottle and it lasts for a long time.
03/16/2013
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