Toy cleaner or plain soap?

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I use toy cleaner most times, but occasionally I'll use shampoo if I forgot to grab the cleaner. I've wondered about the effects of shampoo (which often contains Dimethicone) on silicone, but so far no adverse effects!
06/28/2011
clp clp
Soap and water with regular sextoy hottub parties (boiling hot!).
06/28/2011
IliInndulged IliInndulged
Oh man, just imagine if you didn't rinse the soap off thoroughly. Holy Hooha that would hurt!
06/28/2011
IndependentlyHappy IndependentlyHappy
I have bought toy cleaner, but haven't used it yet. I just use Dial soap and water.
06/29/2011
Kdlips Kdlips
Soap & water
06/29/2011
thebest thebest
soap and water for me
06/29/2011
Love Perpetua Love Perpetua
I use soap and warm water, and scrub for at least 30 seconds. I have used toy cleaner before, but I always make sure to rinse thoroughly.
08/28/2011
butterflygirlxo butterflygirlxo
I use toy cleaner
09/26/2011
carenautilus carenautilus
I use mild soap and water. And since most of my toys are silicone or glass, I boil them!
09/27/2011
helpmeplease helpmeplease
soap and water use it
10/01/2011
Lucky21 Lucky21
Pretty much just soap and water.
10/01/2011
Beck Beck
Quote:
Originally posted by The Curious Couple
I use soap and water and I've never had a problem.
Same here.
10/02/2011
Vanille Vanille
Warm water & soap.
10/02/2011
polyemtgirl polyemtgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by oopsy
For toys that recommend cleaning with water and soap or a toy cleaner, does it really make a difference in how easy it is to clean? Which do you prefer using to clean these toys? Thanks!
I always use anti-bacterial soap. I've got very sensative skin and had a horrible reaction to a toy cleaner once. Rinsed the toy off as it said to do but still had a very stingy reaction and then also got a YI. NOT fun!
10/03/2011
Neurogasm Neurogasm
Soap and water have yet to fail me.
10/03/2011
Ricki911 Ricki911
I use soap and hot water.
Ive never actually tried the toy cleaner.
10/03/2011
Gone (LD29) Gone (LD29)
I haven't tried the toy cleaners either. Soap and water work just fine for me.
10/04/2011
Sensual husband Sensual husband
We use mostly toy cleaner now but have used just soap and water for years
10/04/2011
geliebt geliebt
Soap and water are always just fine. Toy cleaner is nice too, but there's really nothing wrong with the basics =)
10/09/2011
NuMe NuMe
I just prefer soap and water.
10/09/2011
Katastophy Katastophy
I use soap and water unless I really don't feel like getting up to wash up after, in which case I just use a toy cleaner. I always wash the toy with soap and water before though.
10/09/2011
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
I use toy cleaner, and take them out and clean them with soap and water if they are silicone.
11/22/2011
Girly Girl Girly Girl
soap and water
11/22/2011
SexyLilPixi SexyLilPixi
I've used both and I prefer soap & water over toy cleaner for multiple reasons. I always use antibacterial kitchen soap, hot water &/or rubbing alcohol for plastic toys.
11/23/2011
eeep eeep
I do both most of the time. A lot of toys have handles and such that I'd rather not get wet with water, so I use toy cleaner after soap and water.
11/23/2011
sktb0007 sktb0007
we use soap and water most of the time. We do have toy cleaner, but we haven't really used it considering you have to get up and rinse it off after you put the toy cleaner on anyway
11/23/2011
Maxx Maxx
soap and water
11/23/2011
MrWishyWashy MrWishyWashy
Soap and water work for me.
11/23/2011
Kate Kate
toy cleaner but i do often use baby wipes because i always have them on hand for removing my makeup. i spray on my cleaner and wipe it off with a baby wipe. i wish cleaner wipes like the ones System JO makes were cheaper because that'd be convenient and I'd rather use that most of the time!
11/24/2011
SMichelle SMichelle
I've used toy cleaners, but usually I use soap and water.
11/24/2011
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