Are toy wipes worth it?

zeebot zeebot
AfterGlow toy and body wipes
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Is there any reason just using baby wipes wouldn't work just as well? Is there something I'm missing?
03/24/2011
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married with children married with children
I dont think that they are. We just use a baby wipe if needed.
03/24/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
wondering same thing , was thinking about buying some
03/28/2011
TexasBrat TexasBrat
You want to be careful using baby wipes. Most of those contain alcohol, which can dry out toys.

I've tried the toy wipes. They're nice, but, I'm a gal that treasuers her vajay-jay, and wants to make sure that everything's nice & clean, so I use warm water & antibacterial liquid soap to clean all the nooks & crannies of my beloved toys.
06/13/2011
lovemuscle n cookie lovemuscle n cookie
Alcohol free baby wipes can be used if a quick wipe down or clean up is needed during usage, but I recommend proper cleaning and sterilization when finished.
06/13/2011
Noira Celestia Noira Celestia
Ah, can toy wipes be used as baby wipes I wonder?
07/01/2011
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
I don't think they're any substitute for a more thorough cleaning, but they're useful if you just want to wipe a toy down real quick and then enjoy your afterglow before giving them a proper cleaning later.
07/01/2011
zeebot zeebot
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Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
I don't think they're any substitute for a more thorough cleaning, but they're useful if you just want to wipe a toy down real quick and then enjoy your afterglow before giving them a proper cleaning later.
I usually just use a tissue for that then clean them a bit later....it seems kind of silly to spend money on these. Thanks!
07/02/2011
Antipova Antipova
I bought one of the single-serve, 99¢ toy wipes when I was 50¢ shy of free shipping...and I haven't even used it yet. I'd assume, as long as you're using nonporous toys, there's nothing a toy wipe can do that a baby wipe can't, but as far as I'm concerned soap and water are better regardless.
07/04/2011
BellaDonna2884 BellaDonna2884
Personally I like wipes for the toys I have that aren't waterproof. I can use them to get into the crevices that a washcloth might not reach. Wipes are also nice for non waterproof toys because there is less concern that moisture damage could occur. With that said if all of the toys you own are waterproof, then wipes are just a convenience and probably not worth the money.

Also, there are some common ingredients such as alcohol that are used in baby wipes that are not recommended for cleaning materials such as silicone. Baby wipes are cheaper but toy wipes provide the convenience of not having to read labels to make sure your getting a product that wont compromise the materials of your toys. After having compared the different wipes on edenfantasys Afterglow and the edenfantasys brands are the only ones suggested for toys. At the moment edenfantasys is offering their wipes as a free gift. If your interested in trying wipes I would suggest added the edenfantasys brand wipes as a free gift with your next purchase.
07/15/2011
sarki sarki
They are far more expensive than baby wipes which work for me
07/15/2011
SinfulOnOccasion SinfulOnOccasion
Wipes are nice but it seems like they are usually more expensive than a bottle of toy cleaner. Everyone is correct about some toys not reacting well to alcohol so buying a toy cleaner is nice for your more delicate materials but in most cases mild antibacterial soap works just fine. I guess the wipes would be ideal for travel, cleaning on the go
07/25/2011
zz1aag zz1aag
Quote:
Originally posted by zeebot
Is there any reason just using baby wipes wouldn't work just as well? Is there something I'm missing?
just get nonscented baby whipes or clorox wipes
11/13/2012
ToyBunny ToyBunny
Quote:
Originally posted by zz1aag
just get nonscented baby whipes or clorox wipes
Eek I don't think I'd trust the chemicals in Clorox wipes on my lady bits.
01/15/2013
jr2012 jr2012
I admit to buying wipes here and using them all the time! Here's the thing...I usually use my toys right before bed (because there's no better way to drift off to sleep than in afterglow!). Wipes make it as easy as possible to put my toys away! Lazy? probably. But worth it for me!
01/15/2013
butts butts
We use the Eden wipes pretty religiously, I think they're well worth it.
01/15/2013
froggygal91 froggygal91
alcohol free wipes will work just as well
01/15/2013
SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
I don't see a point buying them. Baby wipes are at least 10 times cheaper.
02/28/2013
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