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What's the best and most sanitary household soap that anyone's found? Is it bad to clean vibrators with regular body wash?
09/26/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
I imagine there are much worse things to clean a vibrator with than regular body wash, but a plain antibacterial soap is your best bet for simple cleaning. I use one of the scented Dial soaps, haven't had any problems yet.
09/26/2011
P'Gell P'Gell
I use watered down Bath and Body Works body wash. About one part wash and 8 to 10 parts water. I put it into a "foaming dispenser" and use it for everything from washing hands to washing toys. I have never had any material breakdown or problems.

Watered down Ivory is also good. I've also used Sliquid Splash in a pinch, watered down, too.

Antibacterial soap works for some people, but I get skin problems from it, eczema and dryness and occasionally even get a yeast infection from it, so I have to stay away from antibacterial soap.

I use Cal Exotics Toy Cleaner, but I wash my toys with soap and water after every cleaning with this stuff, as it contains the same ingredients as antibacterial soaps.
09/26/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Household soap?. I like antibacterial dial.
10/01/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I imagine there are much worse things to clean a vibrator with than regular body wash, but a plain antibacterial soap is your best bet for simple cleaning. I use one of the scented Dial soaps, haven't had any problems yet.
I agree, any type of antibacterial soap works best
12/11/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
I use watered down Bath and Body Works body wash. About one part wash and 8 to 10 parts water. I put it into a "foaming dispenser" and use it for everything from washing hands to washing toys. I have never had any material breakdown or ... More
And I used to work at B&B Works - so I totally recommend their products
12/11/2011
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Jul!a
I imagine there are much worse things to clean a vibrator with than regular body wash, but a plain antibacterial soap is your best bet for simple cleaning. I use one of the scented Dial soaps, haven't had any problems yet.
Scented dial soap works fine.
12/17/2011
Khickey7710 Khickey7710
Great review
04/25/2012
MrSinister MrSinister
Quote:
Originally posted by LittleA
What's the best and most sanitary household soap that anyone's found? Is it bad to clean vibrators with regular body wash?
Anything with the words 'anti-bacterial' are ideal. Think dish soap more than body wash, but if you're the only one using your toys, body wash is fine.

If you can, look into some of the anti-bacterial toy cleaners offered by EF. I use the System Jo cleaner, and I'll never go back to soap and water!
04/30/2012
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