Toy cleaner or plain soap?

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Toy cleaner or plain soap?

wildshores wildshores
i just use soap and water.
12/06/2012
Kiwi Green Kiwi Green
i use soap and water but i never used a toy cleaner before either. Although i never needed to because soap+ water works fine.
02/08/2013
MissLoren MissLoren
soap and water
02/08/2013
wicked weasel wicked weasel
Actually I use both toy cleaner & soap/water...
02/08/2013
Mrs.Tee Mrs.Tee
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 like both but i usually use alcohol as well
02/08/2013
falalena falalena
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!
good ol' soap and hot water.
02/08/2013
higs higs
Been using soap, but feel more comfortable with toy cleaner
02/08/2013
hut22dunn2 hut22dunn2
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!
Wash with soap and water then use eden toy wipes.
02/08/2013
hut22dunn2 hut22dunn2
Quote:
Originally posted by alliegator
I assume spray toy cleaners are partially for the convenience of bedside clean-up. I have a box of unscented baby wipes in with my bedside toys for quick clean up. Anti-bacterial soap every time after for something I use anally for sure.
Good idea!
02/08/2013
JennSenn JennSenn
In usually just use soap and water.
02/08/2013
toysforall toysforall
I've always just used soap and water.
02/08/2013
Incendiaire Incendiaire
Soap's good enough for me.
02/08/2013
ginnyluvspotter ginnyluvspotter
I use toy wipes
02/08/2013
amenti amenti
Haven't tried toy cleaner. I use anti-bactirial soap and warm water. Eden wipes. Or tea tree oil body wash and warm water.
02/08/2013
kkybf kkybf
soap and water
02/08/2013
brevado brevado
Both
02/09/2013
Aishiteru Aishiteru
Soap and water seems to work fine.
02/09/2013
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I use toy cleaner.
02/09/2013
DawnStar DawnStar
Soap and water.
02/09/2013
Kiss Kiss
Honestly, I'll use a wipe if I don't feel like getting outta bed...but I will TRY to get up and at least rinse it off, then spray with toy cleaner later.
02/09/2013
Stagger13 Stagger13
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!
Hot soapy water has worked for us so far.
02/09/2013
sexytileena / absolutely love sex sexytileena / absolutely love sex
Toy cleaner
02/09/2013
Zandrock Zandrock
soap and water
02/09/2013
KinkyNicki92 KinkyNicki92
soap and water usually does the trick.
02/09/2013
Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
soap & water
02/09/2013
HarlequinBunnie HarlequinBunnie
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 use soap and water and if it is safe I will use 1 part bleach to 5 part hot water to get the job done. Easy Peasy
02/09/2013
ashboo32 ashboo32
soap and water
02/10/2013
purpledesert purpledesert
Antibacterial toy cleaning soap and water.
02/11/2013
aluminummm aluminummm
soap and water forever
02/11/2013
Andrey2052 Andrey2052
Soap & water
02/11/2013
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