Cleaning a toy

ichwillwaffels ichwillwaffels
I use just soap and water to clean off most of my toys, but I can't find anything to dry them with that doesn't leave pieces behind or lint or anything. Any recommendations of something I can use for drying off my toys?
01/04/2012
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Originally posted by ichwillwaffels
I use just soap and water to clean off most of my toys, but I can't find anything to dry them with that doesn't leave pieces behind or lint or anything. Any recommendations of something I can use for drying off my toys?
Lint-free cloths for cleaning glasses lenses (for smaller toys), or an Edenwipe
01/04/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I just use a regular towel to dry them off. I haven't noticed any lint. I use the old, maroon towels we use when I have my period. They have been washed so many times and are over 20 years old, so they don't shed anything.
01/04/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I just let most of my toys air-dry, honestly. It takes longer, but for the most part it leaves them lint-free.
01/04/2012
shcoo shcoo
I use Viva brand paper towels which have been really great about not leaving lint for some magical reason.
01/05/2012
married with children married with children
you can use t-shirts, they tend to not leave lint behind. I just use a bath towel, and it works pretty well.
01/06/2012
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