Squeaky Clean

Lelo's toy cleaner does not disappoint, arriving in a classy, discreet bottle and delivering a safe and effective cleaning job to toys of all kinds with very little effort.
Effective and easy to use.
Opaque bottle makes it hard to see how much of the product remains in the container.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
I've tried a number of toy cleaning products in the past, and while they've all worked, more or less, they've all had some kind of drawback. Those with anti-fungal properties -- an essential property in my opinion -- often trigger my asthma if I'm not careful to use them in an open area, a tricky proposition for a shy, awkward geek who does not live along. Many leave a residue on the toy. And they all stand out among bottle goods, shouting "adult toy cleaner!" to anyone who so much as glances their direction.

That is, all but one.


Even if the eye lingers on the bottle, it appears to be perfume or some other innocent cosmetic. If one picks it up to read it, it says "antibacterial cleaning spray" rather than identifying itself more directly. Unless someone recognizes the brand name, your secret is safe. And if they do recognize the brand name, then at least they know you have good taste. My suggested cover story is that it's earring cleaner, which actually seems like a legitimate use for the product.

The Lelo spray bottle is a cut above average, applying a nice even layer of cleaner to toys with just a couple of sprays. According to the instructions, you can wipe it off after just five seconds, but I find that I wait a few extra, and turn the toy over in my hand a few times, letting the droplets roll along every millimeter just to be sure. Then I wipe it away with a lint free cloth, and put the toy back in its bag. I know some people prefer to rinse away cleaner regardless of the instructions, but I'm prepared to follow them in this case. I've used toys immediately after cleaning with no ill effect, and I like the idea of leaving the antibacterial and anti fungal properties in place during storage time.

Each toy I've cleaned, whether silicone, metal, or glass, has been squeaky clean afterwards. Yes, I know the pretty girl in the facial cleanser ad says that squeak is residue, not cleanliness, but she's talking about skin. Artificial materials are different. I've also tried this cleaner on TPR and plastic, and it performed well. I have not tried it on jelly, as I don't own any to test.

Finally, this cleaner has yet to trigger my asthma, although I don't plan to inhale any of it. Overall, I recommend Lelo Toy Cleaning Spray for its discretion and effectiveness.
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  • Contributor: potstickers
    I love the idea for earring cleaner as a cover! I'll have to remember that one.
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    Great review.
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    Thanks for an amazingly informative and helpful review.
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    Thanks for the review!!!
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