If you use any "wooden" toys for anal play, how do you clean them?

If you use any "wooden" toys for anal play, how do you clean them?

Bignuf Bignuf
I know most wooden sex toys are very varnished and sealed, but I worry about damaging their nice finish. How do others clean their wooden toys after tush play?
05/28/2013
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GingerAnn GingerAnn
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05/28/2013
ScottA ScottA
Wash with a gentle soap and water (dishwashing or similar) and dry with a towel. Use a barrier if you're going to be switching orifices or people (as I wouldn't boil or bleach them).
06/02/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by ScottA
Wash with a gentle soap and water (dishwashing or similar) and dry with a towel. Use a barrier if you're going to be switching orifices or people (as I wouldn't boil or bleach them).
Thanks for the advice. I don't like "barriers" since it changes the feel of the toy. However, dish soap does not kill germs (unless it is an antibacterials soap?). I was hoping someone had a toy cleaner in mind that sanitizes and is safe on that wood surface.

Again, thanks for your thoughtful answer.
06/04/2013
Two Grand Two Grand
I just use my regular Dr. Bronners soap and hot water.
06/08/2013
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