Do you use a brush to clean your toys? If yes what kind?

puppylove puppylove
So I have a new toy that has a lot of texture to it and I am having a difficult time getting it all the way clean, I can scrub and scrub with my hands and soap and a q-tip forever and when it dries I still see dried lube remnants. I was wondering if it would be safe to use a brush on the toy to clean out all the nooks and crannies (the toy is silicone by the way) and what kind of brush would be best. Does anyone else use a brush? What kind? An soft toothbrush, a bottle brush, a regular dish washing brush? or what have your experiences been with this, is a brush too abrasive?
08/28/2012
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ToyGeek ToyGeek
A soft toothbrush shouldn't be too abrasive on textured silicone, but I wouldn't use anything as harsh as a bottle brush or dish scrubbing brush. I've used a soft toothbrush on textured glass, but I don't have any silicone textured enough to require that approach, apparently.
08/28/2012
Sodom and Gomorrah Sodom and Gomorrah
I would recommend soft toothbrush.
08/30/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
I have a dedicated soft toothbrush for my toys.
08/30/2012
sasshole sasshole
besides a toothbrush what kind of soap do you use to wash your toys?
08/30/2012
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