Anti bacterial toy cleaner - toy cleanser by Doc Johnson - review by Miss Naughty Kitty

It works great, but really what's in it?

This toy cleanser is definitely worth the money. It is a high quality product at a low price. A must to keep your toys clean and in tip top shape.
understanding the ingredients,
must hold 6" from toy
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
This antibacterial cleansing spray is very easy to use and works great for cleaning all your toys. I have not had any allergic reaction to it, and my skin is usually pretty sensitive. I truly believe it is a gentle cleanser.

The spray has a very lite pleasant scent, if you can smell it at all. I think it feels a little greasy at first, but that usually goes away unless you sprayed too much on it. I don't think it has much of a taste, you definitely wouldn't want to spray it in your mouth (obviously). It should be fine to put the toy in your mouth after it is dry or wiped off.

The Bottle is the perfect size to be able to hold in in one hand and spray, while holding the toy in the other hand. The bottle has not leaked on me when it's on it's side, and has a cap to make sure the pump doesn't get pressed on accident. The design of the label on the bottle is fun and looks like a science experiment. Which got me to thinking what are these things in the ingredients anyways? So I googled each one to learn about them more, and this is what I learned:

Deionized water is a type of purified water that has the mineral ions (salts) removed. Most of the impurities in water are mineral salts, deionized water is mostly pure, but it does still contain numerous bacteria and viruses, which have no charge and therefore are not attracted to the electrified resins.
(This means no mineral build-up on your toys)

Sodium c14-16 olefin sulfonate is a cleansing and foaming agent naturally derived from coconut oil. We use this because it is gentle and effective.
(Coconut oil :D what could be wrong with that, also maybe where the fresh light scent comes from?)

Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate and Sodium Trideceth Sulfate are surfactants, cleansing agents. What is a surfactant you may ask;
A surfactant is a surface-active agent that is used to reduce the surface tension of water allowing it to spread out and help cleanse an area of skin or in this case toy. In addition, as a wetting agent, mild surfactants also remove contaminants from the skin without the damaging effects of soap.
(Non-damaging is a great thing, really you're using soap to clean your toys? *sarcasm*)

Cocamidopropyl betaine is a synthetic surfactant derived from coconut oil and dimethylaminopropylamine. It is used as a surfactant in bath products such as shampoos and hand soaps, in cosmetics as an emulsifying agent and thickener, and to reduce irritation purely ionic surfactants would cause. It also serves as an antistatic agent in hair conditioners.
(I wonder if this would help things stick to silicone toys less? lol)

Propylene glycol is used as a solvent in many pharmaceuticals, as well a moisturizer in cosmetics, and a carrier in fragrance oils.

Triclosan is an antibacterial and antifungal agent. It has been shown to be effective in reducing and controlling bacterial contamination on the hands and on treated products.
(This also fights off bacteria when you're not using it.)

Citric acid is a weak organic acid, and it is a natural preservative.

Methylchloroisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone are perhaps the most potent allergens on the consumer market. They are very effective preservatives. However, under suitable dilution and exposure conditions, even the most potent allergen can be used safely. They are utilized for controlling microbial growth in water-containing solutions.
(If you do happen to have a reaction to this product, it will most likely be from this.)

Tetrasodium EDTA is a chelating agent. It aids to manufacturing that binds loose ions. Also plays a role in the degradation of a gram-negative organism's membrane; thus, it has preservative properties.
(It keeps every thing together, therefore no need to shake :D)

Ok, if you got through that I applaud you :D

I don't usually go this deep into researching things, but I felt that someone had to do it. That was a long list and I only knew what one thing was.
Directions For Use: Hold bottle approximately 6" from item. Spray item, but do not drench. Let air dry, or gently wipe with a clean, soft cloth.

It is hard for me to remember to keep it 6 inches away from the toy when spraying and not to drench it. I just don't feel like a light mist can really clean it. I'm sure it does, it's just the clean freak side of me that just wants to scrub it to death. As the directions say that is not necessary, However I prefer to rinse it off with water before I spray it, to make sure I get all the cum off.

I have not tried it on any other toy materials besides silicone and jelly. It works great for those though and is suitable for all toy materials.

Another thing is if you spray it too heavily it will seep into the edges and feel a bit greasy.

Besides that I love it <3
Follow-up commentary
Still use it all the time, great product. You don't have to use very much of it so it lasts for a very long time.
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  • ~LaUr3n~
    Very different review for this product! Well done
  • Miss Naughty Kitty
    Thank you , I just couldn't be like everyone else now
  • ToyTimeTim
    Now that is above and beyond
    Great review.
  • Miss Naughty Kitty
    Thank you dwtim!
  • Kynky Kytty
    Great review, I never really knew how much of the stuff I had to spray and that I had to let it air dry. I'd pat it with a towel. Oops.
  • Miss Naughty Kitty
    oh kitty its fine to wipe dry with a cloth that works fine too. I just think leaving it to air dry is easier, and I'm not sure about this but I assume that leaving it on there to air dry give it more time to work. Lol thats just how I think of it though don't know if its true.
  • Sensual husband
    i like this review very much
  • joja
    Wow, very thorough review!
  • Trashley
    Amazing review! Thanks :]
  • dhig
    Thanks for reviewing
  • tnkrbll86575
    good review
  • sugar&spikes
    thanks for the review!
  • Alyxx
    Thanks for the review, great details on the ingredients!
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    thanks for the review
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