Getting rid of stains on my Velvet Touch vibe?

LinLin LinLin
Velvet touch vibrator
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Hi, I accidentally used my Velvet touch vibrator during my period (like I started going and I didn't notice that I was already spotting). Since then it has some mild yellowing (I got it in lavander) and I don't know how to get rid of the stains! It does not seem to have an odor or anything, but does anyone have any tips on how I can get rid of the stains? I love this toy and its my first and only one I own, but I'm so annoyed with the staining!

Any help would be appreciated!
09/07/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
You could try cleaning it with a bleach solution, but honestly it might just be stained. I'd say that if it doesn't smell and you've cleaned it real well, that might just be it. It won't affect the usability at all though, which is good.
09/07/2011
indiglo indiglo
Yep, I was going to suggest the same. Best wishes!
09/07/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
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Originally posted by LinLin
Hi, I accidentally used my Velvet touch vibrator during my period (like I started going and I didn't notice that I was already spotting). Since then it has some mild yellowing (I got it in lavander) and I don't know how to get rid of the ... More
Blood stains everything. The only thing I can think of to get rid of the visible stains is to use a bleach solution. You can also try (this is unofficial, but it was reccommended to me and worked several times) is tea tree oil. You take a little bit, rub it all over the toy and let it sit in the sunlight for about a day. Bring it in, wash it well and the stains should be gone.
09/07/2011
Beck Beck
I was thinking maybe rubbing alcohol would work. I am not sure that this would be something you would want to put on your vibe or not. Or if it is okay to put on plastic.
09/07/2011
shemishemicocoa shemishemicocoa
The only way to remove blood is peroxide. Bleach does not get it out all the way but peroxide will that what I use when I have accidents with my panties. But the best thing about it is that peroxide gets out old blood even if it's been washed multiple times is sizzles right out
09/07/2011
Lizzy Lizzy
Try baking soda paste
01/15/2012
MyNameIsN MyNameIsN
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Originally posted by LinLin
Hi, I accidentally used my Velvet touch vibrator during my period (like I started going and I didn't notice that I was already spotting). Since then it has some mild yellowing (I got it in lavander) and I don't know how to get rid of the ... More
I used to work at a dry cleaners, and they had something that took year-old dried blood clean out of my hockey jersey (long story!). I don't know what it was, but definitely if something exists that is fabric-safe, there is something out there to handle this.
08/17/2012
blackmagicxxx blackmagicxxx
I would be really, really hesitant putting bleach on anything going near your lady parts. That being said, if you rinse well, it may work. I would advise you to take a closer look to see if this is staining or discoloration. A lot of times (if you have ever spotted in your panties), you'll see that its common for blood to take color with it when it is removed. This might be the case. I'd say you're fine even with the staining, but luckily, this toy is so affordable if nothing works you're not out much and can reinvest!
11/12/2012
NorthBayLady NorthBayLady
Try baking soda
11/12/2012
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