Teach You How To Clean Your Toys

Always make sure to wash toys before and after you use them.
For all toys you can use a mild soap and warm water.
To "spot clean" in-between shows (before and after you insert them!) you can use an adult toy cleaner - Before And After - Toy Cleaner. But be sure to completely wash/sterilize each toy when you're finished using them for the day.
For stone, steel, wood, glass and silicone toys you can clean them the same as above but you can also completely sterilize them by sending them through the dishwasher, boiling the toy in hot water or by soaking it with a 10% diluted bleach and water.
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MissJesse MissJesse
22-25, F
1 Response Sep 22, 2012

First, DISHWASHERS DO NOT STERILIZE. The newer, more modern models SANITIZE. BOILING DOESN'T STERILIZE EITHER, IT DISINFECTS. A 1/10 bleach solution DOES NOT STERILIZE either.... For one example, it takes a 2/10 mixture to kill tuberculosis.

Second, POROUS MATERIALS LIKE SOME SILICONE, MOST STONE, AND ALL WOOD CANNOT BE STERILIZED EVEN IN A STANDARD AUTOCLAVE. When porous materials need to be sterile, such as surgical dressings, they must undergo special chemical sterilization methods.

Third, Toy Cleaner is only enough for use on single-user non-porous toys. If the item is porous, like wood, a condom should always be used on it even if it is only used on one person. If to be used on more than one person, Toy Cleaner is not enough whether porous or non-porous.

Four, many toys cannot at all be cared for with soap and water or Toy Cleaner. Most organic materials used in things, like floggers and whips, should not be washed with water (or wet solutions like bleach or Cavacide) and cannot be sterilized. If bodily fluids come into contact with the item it needs to be used only after making future partners aware of the risk, discontinue it's use, or be used only on that single person (depending on the bodily fluid, the health status of the human source, etc).