Cheaper alternatives to sex toy wipes?

Paradoxica Paradoxica
I'm trying to figure out how best (and easiest) to clean my plastic sex toys (ex: vibrating bullets). With my silicone toys I use soap & water, and sometimes boil, but plastic toys with wires are a bit different. Can you use rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer (and then wipe off with water)? What about natural antibacterial wipes (from the health food store) that say they are safe around food, on children's toys, etc.? Baby wipes? Does anyone know what the active ingredients in sex toy wipes even are?
06/28/2013
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babyrock babyrock
baby wipes work for me
07/01/2013
mailroomorder mailroomorder
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Originally posted by babyrock
baby wipes work for me
Same. Or moist toillettes.
07/01/2013
wicked48 wicked48
I also use baby wipes.
07/01/2013
AnotherBrother AnotherBrother
I use rubbing alcohol, let it dry, then wash them with soap and water. Get the 90% stuff from a pharmacy and use a cotton ball to rub each toy down. The air drying prevents damage to the surface as sometimes plastics can get streaky if rubbed with alcohol. Either way, once it's dry it's safe to touch and clean. The washing is just to remove any residue that wasn't gotten by the cotton ball.
08/31/2013
cmm cmm
Quote:
Originally posted by Paradoxica
I'm trying to figure out how best (and easiest) to clean my plastic sex toys (ex: vibrating bullets). With my silicone toys I use soap & water, and sometimes boil, but plastic toys with wires are a bit different. Can you use rubbing alcohol ... More
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09/01/2013
wetone123 wetone123
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Originally posted by AnotherBrother
I use rubbing alcohol, let it dry, then wash them with soap and water. Get the 90% stuff from a pharmacy and use a cotton ball to rub each toy down. The air drying prevents damage to the surface as sometimes plastics can get streaky if rubbed with ... More
I do this as well when the material can handle it.
09/06/2013
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