First time cleaning?

MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
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Is there anything special i should do for cleaning it when i first get it? or just a damp cloth will be fine? I've never gotten a recharble toy b4 and certainly not one that has a built in cleaner. Anyone knows what ruins the cleaner in it?
01/01/2011
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ToyGeek ToyGeek
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
Is there anything special i should do for cleaning it when i first get it? or just a damp cloth will be fine? I've never gotten a recharble toy b4 and certainly not one that has a built in cleaner. Anyone knows what ruins the cleaner in it?
I'd go with a hot, damp cloth for that one. The built-in "cleaner" is actually just a way of shedding surface molecules, so your toy gradually gets smaller on a microscopic level. (Like, really really gradually -- you'll not notice, ever) There's nothing that will ruin the cleaner, because it's not a chemical that's added, but rather a property of the material itself.
01/01/2011
MrRainybowbow MrRainybowbow
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
I'd go with a hot, damp cloth for that one. The built-in "cleaner" is actually just a way of shedding surface molecules, so your toy gradually gets smaller on a microscopic level. (Like, really really gradually -- you'll not ... More
Thank you =] i was really worried id end up damaging it somehow.
01/02/2011
honeeB honeeB
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
Thank you =] i was really worried id end up damaging it somehow.
I still use toy cleaner for everything that touches my body - just to be safe.
07/10/2011
honeeB honeeB
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Originally posted by MrRainybowbow
Thank you =] i was really worried id end up damaging it somehow.
I still use toy cleaner for everything that touches my body - just to be safe.
07/10/2011
JRabbits JRabbits
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Originally posted by ToyGeek
I'd go with a hot, damp cloth for that one. The built-in "cleaner" is actually just a way of shedding surface molecules, so your toy gradually gets smaller on a microscopic level. (Like, really really gradually -- you'll not ... More
That's so awesome. I really want it now.
08/24/2011
Brandonn Brandonn
Hot soap and water works for most all toys. Use cation around battery compartments.
02/27/2012
irina09 irina09
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Originally posted by honeeB
I still use toy cleaner for everything that touches my body - just to be safe.
Do you trust the chemicals that are inside it though? can't you just use water and soup?
02/03/2013
783883877299373783 783883877299373783
Soap and water for me too.
03/01/2013
bratcat bratcat
a little bit of soap and warm water with a rag works fine for most toys, but always be mindful of the batterie pack/recharging port so that water doesnt get in there. toy wipes also work well as well as sprays.
03/01/2013
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