Once we are done playing, we either stay "glued together" for a while, or just don't want to get up. We solved this problem by using the old "washbasin" technique. We bought a beautiful porcelain wash basin (like you might see on a nightstand in the 1800's) and keep it full of a water, sanitizer soap mix. Since our toys are either waterproof, glass or otherwise "sealed", we simply lay them into this solution after play is done and they can "soak" till we are up and around and in the mood to clean them. Only twice have toys with "keyboard" and battery boxes that were supposed to be waterproof, failed us and they got ruined. Of course we never put NON waterproof toys in there.
That basin sits on our dresser and our three dogs cannot reach it easy and even if they could, they don't like the smell, so they never mess with it. I just fill it with warm water and add a spray of antibacterial soap before we go to bed for a long play session. It's a great way to not have to worry about cleaning up right away. For more "delicate" toys, I just hand wipe them with some antibacterial toy wipes and put them into a "tray" in my nightstand drawer, where they wait to be cleaned in the morning, along with the tray (so as not to contaminate other toys).