Before & After Toy Cleaner...

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Before & After Toy Cleaner...

PassionQT PassionQT
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
I would still use soap & water, but this is a good alternative when those aren't available.
07/12/2010
Sera Sera
Well, I for one rinse the toy after I use the cleanser. I don't know, though. To each his own, I guess.
10/13/2010
Valice69 Valice69
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
I use a microfiber towel to wipe mine down.
10/18/2010
Valice69 Valice69
Quote:
Originally posted by Sera
Well, I for one rinse the toy after I use the cleanser. I don't know, though. To each his own, I guess.
I do this as well, something about not using water bugs me.
10/18/2010
njdev1l068 njdev1l068
Does anyone else have this problem? For some reason or another my GF when we use soap and water on her toys gets a UTI so we switched over to the toy cleaner and away went that problem. Just wondering what kind of soap your using on the toys.
12/09/2010
CSEA CSEA
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
I would definitely say it replaces the soap & water game! There isn't residue after it is sprayed but I always feel more comfortable rinsing after. I found it to clean crevices very well. I have glass wands covered in bumps, and ridges and find it highly suitable to clean them.
01/05/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by Epiphora
Nah, it doesn't replace soap and water, in my opinion. It may be because I've used soap and water for so long, but I just don't see the benefit to spraying something and then wiping it off. I find the cleaner hard to wipe off on toys w/ ...
I feel the same.
02/09/2011
newlady newlady
I like just hot water & soap too. Besides, washing them before warms them up and that's just a bonus!
02/09/2011
CSEA CSEA
Like a coffee filter so there is no left over fibers and things
02/09/2011
SapphirexIce SapphirexIce
i just use antibacterial soap or rubbering alcohol.,
02/15/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by Epiphora
Nah, it doesn't replace soap and water, in my opinion. It may be because I've used soap and water for so long, but I just don't see the benefit to spraying something and then wiping it off. I find the cleaner hard to wipe off on toys w/ ...
Good to know that it doesnt replace soap and water.
02/17/2011
CS2012 CS2012
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
I wondered that at first too and just use toilet paper.
02/18/2011
SapphirexIce SapphirexIce
Yeah, I just bought that cleaner spray. I was wondering about residue myself but I would think a good 20 second rinse after would get all the gunk off.
02/19/2011
allehcat allehcat
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
Technically it *says* you rinse, but I rarely do. I've never noticed any residue. Every few uses I use antibacterial soap and water just to be safe, but I've never had any problems with it.
03/07/2011
THUMPER THUMPER
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
I was thinking about that too, and I really think this microfiber cleaning cloth I got from Target would do just the trick. Its one of those Method re-usable cloths...no lint or stray fibers at all. Get a brand new one and use it just for the ...
I use Dr. Bronner's unscented formula and it's awesome. I have Before & After for quick cleanups and for my non-waterproof toys. I like it because it doesn't irritate my skin....and I have VERY sensitive skin.
03/08/2011
ddd masturbator(bye all!) ddd masturbator(bye all!)
I'm glad to find a discussion on this... I just bought some and it's a relief to know that I can use it to just "sanitize" until I'm ready to do a real wash.

Hopefully it works!!!
03/14/2011
G.L. Morrison G.L. Morrison
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
If this is anything like medical/hospital cleaners I use on my toys then the spray on chemicals will disinfect the toy and kill any bacteria. BUT it may be too harsh for sensitive skin... so the wipe, rinse. Same is true of a bleach dip.
03/23/2011
Enchantedkitty Enchantedkitty
I like soap and water or climax busters toy cleaner.
04/07/2011
Teagan Shepard Teagan Shepard
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
I never noticed any residue, I just rinse out of habit. The bottle doesn't actually say to rinse it.
06/01/2011
MissVampish MissVampish
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
A clean towel will work just fine. That's what I use
01/19/2012
Lizzy Lizzy
Looks like a good after cleaner.
01/28/2012
ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by RedHotHippieChick
This one got lots of great reviews, but I've got a couple of questions for all you reviewers who use this. The description says you have to "spray, wipe, then rinse" but most of the reviews say no rinsing required. Can you guys ...
I say rinse for sure. Even if reviews don't, the description is quite clear.
01/29/2012
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
I'd say something sanitary obviously..maybe a paper towel?
02/10/2012
Brusselsbrat Brusselsbrat
Loved It!
02/14/2012
CynicallyYours CynicallyYours
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
This is why I prefer a no rinse toy wipe. Covers everything.
04/12/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Quote:
Originally posted by Epiphora
Nah, it doesn't replace soap and water, in my opinion. It may be because I've used soap and water for so long, but I just don't see the benefit to spraying something and then wiping it off. I find the cleaner hard to wipe off on toys w/ ...
I agree, I am a nurse and most md's suggest good old dial antibacterial soap for most stuff and it works so I figure my toys are safe with it
06/16/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
Thanks for the info I usually just use dial anti bacterial
06/26/2012
Lavender420 Lavender420
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I like the the idea of toy cleaner but I always wondered what exactly you wipe down with? What's a good cloth for that?
Good question - I tend to use a paper towel
07/25/2012
hmb12 hmb12
Did this product last a while, or was it a little small. Thinking about getting a 4oz. but not sure if it would be worth it as opposed to just cleaning carefully with soap and water.
09/17/2012
Red Riding Hood Red Riding Hood
I always wash before and after toy use anyway. Basically I clean with a cleaner if I have it. Otherwise I use soap. After I rinse VERY well. When I am done using the toy, I clean with the cleaner and wipe. I guess I just make sure it's rinsed before using it. That said, I have never noticed a residue after using the cleaner. The reason I clean again and rinse so well before use is because I don't think wiping rids the toy of dust and hair and such. I have so many toys I rotate, so it's always a risk. And one I don't care to take.
10/15/2012
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